Grappling with the evolution of theory and the process of integrating it into our practice is a complex and demanding but essential responsibility. The task is not an easy one in an environment of polarities, which can leave us feeling like we are wedged between one place and another in our search for a truly authentic therapeutic identity. Bromberg captures this experience when he says, “It is only because the line between ‘personal’ and ‘professional’ is permeable rather than hard edged that it is possible for the therapeutic relationship to exist” (1996, p. 13).