Frank Pittman, M.D., was a psychiatrist and family therapist in Atlanta, Georgia. A renowned author of many books, he also wrote a regular column, "Ask Dr. Frank", which appeared in Psychology Today, and was a regular contributor to Psychotherapy Networker. He died in 2012.
Books by Frank Pittman
Hardcover, 1987"Turning Points is filled with the profundity of common sense. ... Pittman captures the absurdity of family life and reminds us that therapy can be fun."—Peggy Papp, ACSW, Ackerman Institute for...
Hardcover, 1989Why do half the people in marriages have affairs? What problems are they trying to solve?