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The Therapist's Christmas Gift List

December 4, 2017

Have you ever Googled 'Christmas gifts for Psychotherapists'. No? Well we did and it came up with some amusing yet somewhat obvious results. From prints with Maslow's Heirachy to mugs emblazoned with the words "Worlds Best Therapist". Personally I thought it might be more amusing to find a mug that stated "Imperfect but Good Enough Therapist" but i guess it just doesn't have the same ring to it. 

 


As you can imagine our search sparked quite a lengthy conversation about whether it's appropriate for clients to give their Therapists gifts. The general consensus being, probably not. Damn you ethics!

 


Well we did a bit more digging and came up with our "tongue in cheek" Therapist's Christmas Gift List. So if you have a loved one, friend or colleague who's a Therapist you might just find the perfect gift for them here. Well maybe..

 

 

 

The 'T' ..Hell Yeah!

 

available from  Etsy

 

 We had to include one

 

 

available from  Etsy

 

Really?

 

 

available from  Etsy

 

We all have it!

 

 

available from  Etsy

 

It wouldn't be complete without him, Freud

 

 

 

available from  Etsy

 

Something for the "sidekick"?

available from  Etsy

 

Carl Jung ..funny, I always imaged him as cool blue

 

 

available from  Etsy

 

Therapy is AWESOME!! (I know you're singing the song)

 

 

available from  Etsy

 

The Brain Keyring. Just so we never lose it.

 

 

available from  Etsy

 

Freud and his shadow ..the intrigue

 

 

available from  Etsy

 

Banksy. We've made it!!

 

available from  Etsy

 

Pop culture

 


available from Amazon

 

 

 

Get it? Freudian Slip-pers ..ohhh yes they went there

 

 

 

available from Amazon

 

 

 

 

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