Your link doesn’t work, streetphotobeing. I agree, “there needs to be renewed focus on the quantity and quality of psychotherapy the average American currently receives.” Right now most psychologists and therapists believe in the DSM disorders, despite the fact the DSM disorders were confessed to be invalid in 2013. https://www.nimh.nih.gov/about/directors/thomas-insel/blog/2013/transforming-diagnosis.shtml And, of course, spending time talking to a person who is only interested in picking out a DSM billing code, is of less than zero value to the clients. And the truth of the matter is, according to the “mental health” industry’s own medical literature, the number one cause of distress, by far, is child abuse or ACEs. But NO “mental health professional” may EVER bill ANY insurance company for helping ANY child abuse victim EVER. Because child abuse is classified as a “V Code” in the DSM, and the “V Codes” are NOT insurance company reimbursable disorders. https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/your-child-does-not-have-bipolar-disorder/201402/dsm-5-and-child-neglect-and-abuse-1 And since today’s “mental health professionals” may not bill insurance companies for discussing child abuse, they tend to deny it, and misdiagnose their clients with the billable DSM disorders. This has resulted in huge percentages of child abuse victims being misdiagnosed with the billable DSM disorders. Today over 80% of those labeled as “depressed,” “anxious,” bipolar,” or “schizophrenic,” are actually misdiagnosed child abuse victims. Over 90% of those labeled as “borderline” are misdiagnosed child abuse victims. https://www.madinamerica.com/2016/04/heal-for-life/ Perhaps the therapists should consider giving up their belief in the “invalid” DSM, and consider actually trying to help their clients with their real life concerns?