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A little birdie told me to be thankful for our talented, smart, and highly trained therapists and for our hard-working clients. It is a special moment for both the therapist and the client when goals are reached or surpassed and discharge is the theme of the session. Discharge is not a dirty word but should be celebrated with excitement when we see the change, progression, hope and spirit of the client replace the initial presenting symptoms. With deft manner, this therapist incorporated acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), which guided, provoked, challenged, reminded, encouraged, and graced her client with the new hope and belief needed to move forward into a life without therapy. Success stories such as this, remind us that we should give thoughtful and special thanks to all our interns and clinicians. Finding the right words at times seems feeble and less than, however, I am truly grateful for you all. And that my friends, is what a little birdie told me…