At a New Year’s party several years ago, a neighbor, a mostly retired philosophy professor with attitude, asked me what psychological theory I subscribed to.
From the time I started to study psychology, there was only one person who accused me of going into psychology to solve my own problems.
The conclusion to my previous comment on training is my introduction to the next point of discussion.
A counselor friend about my age, which is to say near retirement, offered that he was thinking of going for his Ph.D. I didn’t ask the reason. I didn’t need to.