I think one of the important reasons for such a thing to happen is that the person who comes to the conference room is willing to give himself a period of time, so that another person who has received professional training can better guide him to face him. In such a space, accompany him to face himself, and get along better with himself. The "allowance" and "acceptance" that take place here are precisely what is lacking in a life full of "shouldn't" and "criticism", and the permission and acceptance open up the cracks in time and space for self-understanding, allowing oneself to be more The good soars in the universe called "I".
It’s a pity that when we often return to our daily life, whether it is various work and academic pressures, negative living habits or temptations, or photo retouching service possible threats and stimulation, we all let ourselves enter into various comparisons, criticisms, In a state of desperate pursuit, sometimes it is like living in a crowded and suffocated space filled with all kinds of large debris, unpleasant-smelling garbage. It's not at all a place to feel comfortable and stay well, but we probably haven't thought about clearing out a space for ourselves to be comfortable with.
Coming to the conference room and doing psychotherapy is actually like walking into a comfortable spiritual space, and then letting Marie Kondo (professional organizer) walk into your spiritual space and teach you to also lead you to do spiritual work. Organize magic, let people see themselves again, and see again the self that makes their hearts and likes. And each time of psychotherapy, just like we deliberately practice to face and organize ourselves, through regular and stable practice, we also begin to cultivate and learn the good habit of being aware and accepting ourselves.