When Nora is telling Dr Goetz about the previous psychologists who have tried to help her and her daughter, the second name she mentions is "Dr Kassir". John Kassir is the distinctive voice - and maniacal laugh - of the Crypt Keeper in this series.
Dr Goetz recommends that Nora read his book, "The Art of Ignoring Your Child". She informs him that she already has it, and shows him her collection of psychology books. A closeup of the shelf reveals the Goetz volume, plus several other books that apparently were made up by the prop department, except for two real books: the scholarly journal "Psychological Monographs" for 1954 (multiple issues from that year bound together as you would find in a library, complete with a real library call-number on the spine); and a copy of the novel "Ruth Fielding Down in Dixie" by Alice B. Emerson (New York: Cupples & Leon, 1916), a strange choice indeed for a shelf otherwise holding mostly self-help books on child psychology.