Professional Help by ST Schwartz
Sophie, a self-appointed amateur therapist, inserts herself into everyone’s lives, giving them advice and compulsively correcting them. And while she may have insight into the lives of everyone around her, she refuses to confront her own issues. That is, until she is thrust into mandatory therapy after “accidentally” striking a co-worker while trying to “teach” him how to throw a punch. Now, in order to keep her job, she is forced to examine her life and prove to a therapist that she can control her incessant need to correct people. How will she handle getting advice from a professional?
ST Schwartz is a writer, illustrator, and designer who loves all kinds of storytelling and uses her art to explore relationships, either between a word’s literal and figurative meaning or between people. Since earning her BA in graphic design, ST has worked as a freelance designer creating monograms and animations as well as a reading teacher for grades one through four. You can see more of ST’s art at her website stschwartzart.com.