I have no real interest in this, but you would think a bunch of psychotherapists could get along, or at least disagree a bit more privately:
The executive director of a renowned Upper East Side psychotherapy institute said yesterday that he was resigning amid a bitter and increasingly personal feud with the institute's founder, Dr. Albert Ellis, considered by many to be one of the most provocative and influential figures in modern psychology. . . .
Dr. Broder's resignation, reported yesterday in The New York Post , follows weeks of personal attacks, in news articles and Web logs, in which Dr. Ellis and other psychologists have accused Dr. Broder of a power grab to promote his own career