This week's question: A psychiatrist in Ottawa was caught repeatedly falling asleep during therapy sessions with patients. If the dozing doctor were to write a book on a new kind of therapy in which you tell your problems to someone who is fast asleep, what could it be titled?

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THE WINNER: "Analyze Thizzzz..."
Judy Garlock, Lincoln, Nebraska

SECOND PLACE: "A Freudian Sleep"
Mort Oakes, Dover, Pennsylvania

THIRD PLACE: "I Snooze, You Win: The Science of Sleep Therapy"
Janet Coleman-Belin & Matt Mistele, Palo Alto, California


"The Jung and the Restful"
Dale Reed, Cleveland Heights, Ohio

"Rested Development"
Troup Miller, Austin, Texas

"Zz Doc"
Joe Ayella, Wayne, Pennsylvania

Ujjal Kohli, Saratoga, California

"Shrink Nap"
Laurel Rose, Pittsburgh

"Freudian Slips into Unconsciousness"
Michael J. Siegel, Arlington, Massachusetts

George Rose, South Daytona, Florida

Robyn Kupferman, Culver City, California

"The Doctor Will See You in His Dreams"
Lou Franzini, Jacksonville Beach, Florida

"Forty-Wink Shrink"
Brian Connelly, Auburn, Alabama

"Nod-nitive Therapy"
Dave Preiss, Fort Myers Beach, Florida

"Talk to the Sandman"
Ken Liebman, Williston, Vermont

"How to Interpret Your Therapist's Dreams"
Rick Schulte, La Mesa, California

"Tell Me Your Troublezzz"
Lawrence Stone, San Diego, California

"Catnap Counseling"
Michele Woodruff, Coopersburg, Pennsylvania

"Keep Talking, I'm Lizzztening"
Peter J. Sonnabend, Weston, Massachusetts