Sleep and the Therapist: A Poem

Sleep and the Therapist: A Poem

by Esther W. Wright-Wilson

A therapist poetically chronicles an underreported occupational hazard.
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    Esther W. Wright-WilsonEsther W. Wright-Wilson, PhD, is a licensed psychologist who has worked primarily with college students. She loves writing, finds few things more satisfying than a well-turned phrase, and would have everyone engage in journal writing if she had her way. She has written poems for several years, and her more recent poems include ones about her experiences as a psychologist.
    Fantastic!
    It is just so true... I wonder what our clients think when they notice -- do they have some compassion for us, or condemn us?
    Don Nardi Taylor
    Hilarious and so eloquently captured that I almost believe she's been in my office witnessing a session (or two). :-) Well done, Esther!!
    I could hardly read this poem, I was laughing so hard. I felt both caught and understood. Thank you, Esther,for turning shame into peals of laughter.
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