Arriving at the end of the rich variety of chapters, it is time to look back to what we have achieved in this book and look forward to some future perspectives as promising ways to go. With this purpose in mind, we will focus on three main questions: (a) What is the specific contribution of Dialogical Self Theory (DST) to the field of psychotherapy? (b) Which aspects of this theory make it particularly suitable to be applied in a variety of psychotherapeutic approaches? and (c) Are there neglected areas that deserve particular attention in future research and practice?