Drums help psychotherapist deal with parents' deaths

Saturday, May 3, 2008 - 01:14 in Psychology & Sociology

The son of frugal immigrants discovers a way to ease the pain through rhythm therapy and learns to revel in the occasional splurge. Larry Graber, a Santa Monica psychotherapist whose parents died within six months of each other in 2000, has made his parents' deaths a very conscious point of departure for a journey of self-discovery and improvement.

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