Such as an apple can be healthy for one person and at the same time lethal for somebody who suffers from an allergy, the use of certain medicines and therapies should never be generalized.
A good example can be to compare therapeutic treatments to a shoe shop: We can visit the same shop and get the same shoes somebody else does. However, the fact that they are comfortable for that another person will not necessary imply they will be perfect for us, too. We all have different sizes, different shapes and different needs at different stages. We are all unique and so should our therapy be.
A true therapist´s job is not to impose a treatment on others but to accompany each patient along the search for their “own remedy”. Many times the end results can be surprising!