For as long as the field of clinical psychology has existed so too has an opponent viewpoint of significant skepticism, criticism and wariness. And rightly so. After all, therapy is a billion-dollar industry in which institutionally-proclaimed experts charge consumers a great deal of money to sit and talk. The provided services are often guided by speculative theories, generalized manuals and intuitive research findings, and the outcomes are often difficult to identify, let alone concretely measure. Finally, surprisingly meager regulation creates a quality-control issues in which practitioners of significantly varying talents and training operate freely in the marketplace.