Hands up who has bought an adult colouring in book recently. Despite the hype I have not. I prefer to doodle and create my own drawings rather than be faced with the busy and intricate drawings of adult colouring in books. What interests me is how many adults would use an eraser to correct their colour choices and perfect their artwork. In therapy I listen to clients talk about themselves as if they are badly drawn and need erasing and re sketching. They as art are not worthy of inclusion in even a colouring in book. They want a big eraser to remove the poorly defined outline and nondescript colours of their representation. There are so many rubbings out that it is impossible to know what the image on the page actually is. The artist is unsure and awkward. They doubt their skill and whether there is an audience interested in their work. Are you that artist? Do you second guess your abilities? Do you doubt the appeal of your art? Have you put away your pencils too depressed? As you attend classes to learn something new or build on existing skills and knowledge, you can participate in psychology therapy for the same reasons. Enrol in a class with My Psychologist. A scribble here, a shading there. Refining here and defining there. Come and confirm your genius. Produce the masterpiece that is you.