View this 3-minute clip of the late, great John O'Donohue speaking on the therapists's task, then tell me your thoughts, please.
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“Somehow the way that you would behold them might enable them to retrieve the lost kindness in their own eyes, so that they might learn to behold themselves truly... The other thing is: you have to bloody well live a life in order to watch it… I’d rather two ounces of raw, wild, lived experiences than 14 sessions of watching it.”
Clip courtesy of Psychotherapy Networker Symposium.