2 Misconception About TV and Film Therapist

When it comes to TV and film therapists, there are two important things to know that will shape the way you see them; which are:

Inaccurate Portrayals of Therapists

TV and film therapists are often portrayed inaccurately. They are often portrayed as having all the answers and being able to solve any problem in a single session. This is not the case in real life, as therapy is a process that takes time and effort.

Additionally, many TV and film therapists are portrayed as being overly dramatic or intrusive. This can lead to viewers having a negative view of the profession and not understanding the true purpose of therapy.

 All Therapist are the same

Another common misconception is that all therapists are the same. While there are some similarities between different types of therapists, each type of therapist has their own unique approach. 

Understanding the differences between these approaches can help viewers better understand the profession of therapy.