“Therapy is highly misunderstood. That’s due to several key reasons. For starters, therapy is conducted behind closed doors, which makes it harder to fully and accurately capture.
Clients don’t commonly discuss their sessions with others. Sadly, the stigma of seeking therapy prevents many people from sharing their experiences.
‘The ‘you must be crazy if you’re in therapy’ myth persists, despite millions of relatively healthy people seeking therapy to overcome a common obstacle or make a good life great,’ said Ryan Howes, a clinical psychologist in Pasadena, Calif.”
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