Does a minimalist therapy room do it for you?

 In All, My Dream Therapy Room

I don’t know if you would agree but when I think of therapy rooms I usually think of colourful, plush, comfy, warm spaces.
I guess this may be personality dependent but it would seem that most therapists go for less of a sleek, ultra design-conscious aesthetic.

But this doesn’t always have to be the case.

What about this kind of thing instead of a big, comfy couch with lots of scatter cushions?

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Or instead of a huge bookcase stuffed with books are varying shapes and sizes, what if the walls were bare with only a slight accent here and there?

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In my minimalist dream therapy room, even the indoor plants are sleek and zen.

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And there would be a lot of naked wood, metal, and glass.

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So what do you think? Is this your dream therapy room? How does it compare to the comfy, cushy “norm”?

 

 

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