Are Therapists Crazy? Do Therapists Need Counseling?
In a cohort of people, Therapists share a higher-than-average rate for diagnosable psychiatric disorders. That means in a group of 100 regular Americans, FEWER of them would have a psychiatric defect than a group of 100 therapists.
A study found out that 81 percent of the studied psychologists had a diagnosable psychiatric disorder. Therapists are known as wounded healers.
We probably should consider ourselves lucky that we don’t know what kind of psychological baggage brought our counselors to us.