As much as I respect therapists, I’d like to have my word on their job and status.
It appears to me that most people think of therapists as different beings with special skills.
And that is partly right.
Therapists were always trained to help people and cure mental illness.
However, they remain people like you and I.
They have their opinion, their perspective, their judgment, and everything else that makes them normal people.
In this matter, I can’t forget that therapists and psychologists used to consider black people as other individuals with lower IQ and weaker brain abilities during apartheid.
These events, among many others, should help us remember that all the therapy-workers are not so different.