Psychotherapy: Purpose, Process and Practice is one of the later ACIM works scribed by Helen Schucman. Ostensibly aimed at therapists, it remains helpful to students who are interested in healing and the relationships that are the necessary foundation of salvation. The supplement emphasizes the importance of not perceiving differences – of recognizing that the patient is present to heal the therapist in order to be healed herself, and not the other way around. Healing is mutual and cannot occur when differences – and the judgments that always attend them – are made central. By going more deeply into the nature of healing, the supplement neatly reminds us that the appearance of spiritual progress in the world and on its terms do not perfectly correlate to the level of spirit. We are here to heal and in order to heal we must also consent to be healed. Finally, the supplement is also an effective reminder that healing is at the level of the mind rather than the body, and thus reflects the course’s reliance of psychotherapy (along with education) as its model of healing.