Dr Elaine Hunter, Consultant Clinical Psychologist and Professor Anthony David, Consultant Neuropsychiatrist
A book written by someone who has personal experience of DPD and who can explain the current state of knowledge about DPD in an accessible way will be of great benefit to others in the same situation. It is the first of its kind and will perhaps prove to be a landmark for people living with DPD and the field as a whole.
Harris Goldberg - screenwriter/director - NUMB
Life On Autopilot is a comprehensive, user-friendly, warmly understandable, and compelling memoir on the much-misunderstood subject of depersonalization. If you're either fascinated or suffering from this profound condition, Joe has written a fully-fledged work that will take you through it with a welcoming, calm hand.
Elizabeth Pienkos, Psy.D. and Assistant Professor
Joe Perkins offers a down-to-earth, compassionate, and insightful overview of DPDR. I suspect that readers who are feeling lost or worried about their experiences will come away feeling reassured and much less alone. This book is a great starting point for anyone who wants to know more about this under-recognized condition.