"Nick set me a conundrum, with his wish to picture me in my workplace. There's no mystery about my consulting room as such - I had no difficulty in giving Nick free access to it. But the literalness of a photo of me there could not do justice to the dynamic quality of therapeutic engagement, or to the fact that clients who work with me in that space might see me differently. So I told Nick he would have to take a separate photo of me - a passport photo, as if mainly for identification. Any connection he made between that and the room I work in would then be contingent upon context, and personal to him."