In this essay I will present my experience in a therapy of about six months, which occurred in the middle of 2014. In order to provide useful background to the reader, I will give a brief history of psychological issues I have dealt with in my adult life, and also some significant events that occurred to me before the start of the recent therapy.
For many people psychotherapy becomes a mixed bag of positive and negative experiences, which they later take time to sort out, process, keep the results of what worked and learn lessons from what didn’t work. Dana Hoffman, a legal researcher and a former psychotherapy patient, shares her therapy experiences with me. Below is my interview
A guest post of one of our contributors, Katie: The Ending of My Therapy Shattered My Healing, Opening the Way for True Healing
Psychotherapy fees are usually high (Read more about fee disclosure in therapy) and, unfortunately, often are hardly affordable for many people. When you feel that you badly need professional help but not sure how you can afford it, there are some strategies that might help: