Breaking the Silence of the Lambs

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About the author:
Jack A. Apsche, Ed.D., ABPP

Jack A. Apsche, Ed.D., ABPP is a distinguished clinical and forensic psychologist. Board certified in six fields, he pioneered Mode Deactivation Therapy, an evidence-based psychotherapy for emotionally disturbed youth and their families. He founded the Apsche Center and International Journal of Behavioral Consultation and Therapy. His ground-breaking use of mindfulness with adolescents is captured in The Mindfulness Toolkit. As a decorated Vietnam combat veteran, he has applied his experience to the treatment of trauma victims. Jack is also a painter and the poet of Tanning on Dangerous Beaches.

Jerry L. Jennings, Ph.D.

Jerry L. Jennings, Ph.D. is a clinical psychologist and award-winning screenwriter and writer. He has published over fifty articles, book chapters, and books in the fields of clinical psychology, philosophy, and forensic psychology. He has written a trilogy of historically-researched memoirs on behalf of Holocaust survivors, including Stella's Secret, I Choose Life, and Darkness Hides the Flowers.

Breaking the Silence of the Lambs

Authored by DR Jack A Apsche
Authored with DR Jerry L Jennings
Edition: 1

Sequel to "Probing the mind of a serial killer". "Breaking the Silence of the Lambs" is a unique and fascinating story within a story. It is, first, a dark journey into the secret world of the infamous "Silence of the Lambs" serial killer, Gary M. Heidnik. It presents 26 secret letters from Death Row that reveal the truth of how Heidnik made a fortune in the stock market and conducted church services in his living room, while a harem of starving sexual slaves were chained in the cellar beneath their feet. It is also the story of Jack Apsche, Gary Heidniks' psychologist and the recipient of these personal letters, who is prepared to "break the silence of the lambs" by revealing Heidnik's secret letters and his own simultaneous struggle with the
dark side.

Publication Date:
150278839X / 9781502788399
Page Count:
Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
6" x 9"
Black and White
Related Categories:
Psychology / Clinical Psychology

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