What happens when an experienced therapist decides that the best way to assist a client is to kill the person who causes the client so much pain? We enter the lively internal world and group therapy practice of a quirky therapist who decides to take action instead of just listen. Which client should she “help” by killing the “problem?” Maybe she should kill the Director of the practice and put her colleagues out their misery? We enter her therapy sessions with clients, and clinical staff meetings and see the world the way she sees it. Along the way, there are hilarious essays as she ruminates about the reality of her shift into middle age. Maybe this is just a mid-life crisis?