Did anyone watch the "Boston Legal" TV show this week? One of the lawyers was trying a case where a widow was sueing a psychotherapist because her husband committed suicide while in his care for grief. The lawyer made the arguement that 4/10 people in therapy for grief come out worse than when they started or something to that effect. Has anyone heard this before or did they just make it up? I have a hard time thinking they just made it up for the show, but stranger things have happened I guess. I've tried to find statistics, but to no avail. Any ideas?
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