Dimensional Psychology/Therapy is an opening to a critical aspect of relationships and relationship building between the client and the therapist without which we all are pretty much in the dark as to what is really going on. We are currently operating outside of the context of ourselves and them. Unless they know about our dimension (our context) how can they properly process their experience with us? This is just as valid in our experience with them. So, Dimensional Psychology/Therapy suggests there is a benefit should the therapist be not only empathetic, but to have a direct lived dimensional experience with the types of diagnosis with which they are assigned so they can anticipate these outcomes and have the personal experience to share with the client as they go through the challenges of therapy.