Does it matter if your therapist is vegan?

Clients see therapists for a wide range of issues including divorce, physical abuse, addictions and eating disorders.  They don’t necessarily need to have personally suffered from these challenges to help.  But what if you’re suffering from vystopia? Would you feel heard by a non-vegan therapist?  If your problems aren’t about vystopia, could you compartmentalise your veganism or would it be a problem because veganism infiltrates every aspect of your life?    In this article in Plant Based News, Dr Alex Lockwood explores these issues.

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