“Look, Doctor, I-I think the doc was in over his head on this one ‘cause my brother’s, uh…
[pauses, then spins his finger around his ear and makes the "cuckoo” whistle]“
Dr. Aaron Fuller: "Okay, fine. Thank you, That- that’s really not necessary.
[to Sam] Why don’t *you* tell me how you’re feeling, Alex.”
Sam Winchester: “I’m fine. [scoffs] I mean, okay, a little depressed, I guess.”
Dr. Aaron Fuller: “All right. Any idea why?”
Sam Winchester: “Probably because I started the apocalypse. [taken aback] "The apocalypse”?“
Sam Winchester: "Yeah, that’s right.”
Dr. Aaron Fuller: [the Doctor looks at Dean, who smirks, then back to Sam] “And you started it.”
Sam Winchester: “Well, yeah, I… [sighs] I killed this demon, Lilith, and I accidentally freed Lucifer from Hell, so now he’s topside and we’re tryin’ to stop him.”
Dr. Aaron Fuller: “W-who is?”
Sam Winchester: “Me. And him. And, uh, this one angel.”
Dr. Aaron Fuller: “Oh, you mean like a- like an angel on your shoulder.”
Sam Winchester: [matter-of-factly] “No, no. His name is Castiel. He wears a trench coat.”
Dean Winchester: “See what I mean, doc? I mean, the kid’s been beating himself up over this thing for months. The apocalypse wasn’t his fault.”
Dr. Aaron Fuller: [again taken aback] “It’s not?”
Dean Winchester: “No. There was this other demon, Ruby. She got him addicted to demon blood. I mean, near the end, he was practically chugging the stuff. My brother’s not evil. He’s was just… high. Yeah? So could you fix him up so we can get back to traveling around the country and hunting monsters?”
are some psychologists more equipped to handle more serious cased than others? or is it required that psychologists are able to handle whatever case they get?
Psychologists don’t all get the same training. Psychologists should all be able to work with most groups of people- we receive what’s called “generalist training” before specializing - but since we do specialize and we don’t all get training with every potential population, each psychologist will have strengths and weaknesses. So some psychologists will have training and expertise in areas that another won’t, including what you might be thinking of as “serious” cases- whether that’s people with psychotic disorders, or actively suicidal people, or people with personality disorders, or people with eating disorders, or whatever.
He’s my horse here at the clinic and he’s stubborn and sometimes a real pain in the ass, but he’s so kind and sweet and generally awesome.
I’m really going to miss him when I leave this place!
Yesterday we went for a walk through the forest during therapy and he was so happy and enthusiast. It was so wonderful. But unfortunately he really loves grass. Like grass is his life. So every time we went by a patch of grass, he was like “graaaass foooood need to eat staaahp” and then he’d mentally be like Sven from Frozen.
Kurt: Rachel, it’s come to our attention that you have some challenges with saying good-bye to your childhood home.
Blaine: Which is forcing you to say good-bye to your childhood and fully accept adulthood. Or at least that’s according to the very nice lady at the Lima mental health clinic.
Glee: Kurt Hummel and Blaine Anderson to Rachel Berry - 06x07 Transitioning