Today is National Psychotherapy Day! National Psychotherapy Day was founded in 2012 as a means to promote the profession, which many times has a negative stigma. Up to 50% of adults experience emotional difficulty at some point, and 25% of people experience mental illness. Talking to someone, especially a trained professional, can be beneficial. It can be an effective, natural, and long lasting treatment to help people lead more fulfilling lives. How to Observe: There are many ways to celebrate National Psychotherapy Day. Maybe a good starting point would be to read about the basics of psychotherapy. Here are some other ideas: donate your time or money to low-fee counseling centers wear turquoise—if someone is asking why you are wearing it, you can tell them about the day watch and share Moments of Meanings video talk to a friend about your therapy experience give constructive feedback to therapists share research about the effectiveness of therapy #nationalpsychotherapyday2018 . #nationalpsychotherapyday . #psychotherapyday .