Your post seems to be about the application of evolutionary psychology to psychotherapy. I would like to know more about this, especially the answers to the two above questions (in the subject heading). I have had a fairly strong interest in the subject of evolutionary psychology for the last 5 years now(since I read a book on the subject who's subtittle was ": the emerging science of evolutionary psychology, and whos main tittle I have since forgotten). It seems to me that all of the "depth" oriented psychotherapies, could be seen as proto-evolutionary psychology, and that psychology could be devided into medical psychology (psychiatry) and evolutionary psychology, two vastly different approaches. The only final thing I would note is that I have run across certain individuals who seem to object to some of the findings of evolutionary psychology, and wonder why I bother with it therefore. My responce, and it is an honest one. Is that I don't see evolutionary psychology as the data it "comes up with", which after all, could in any particular case, turn out later to be faulty, but rather as THE BEGINNING OF AN IMPORTANT AGREEMENT AS TO APPROACH. Are you a "big name" in the evolutionary psychology community (humble apologies for my ignorance if you are)? Especially, if so, what do you think about my "take" on the whole thing, as revealed in the section of this reply, that is in all caps (if nowhere else)? Thank you in advance, A younger member of the Slamp Clan.