In Therapy Tee
In Therapy Tee
In Therapy Tee
In Therapy Tee

In Therapy Tee

Crew Neck

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Every Wirth Hat purchased has an impact by supporting therapy for those who cannot afford it.

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Introducing “In Therapy” Tee. This shirt shows off our new collection with “In Therapy” embroidered on the front, and is accompanied with a nod to our roots on the back. This isn't just a shirt; it's a testament to our ongoing commitment to normalize therapy. At Wirth, being “In Therapy” is more than just seeing a therapist – it's the promise to care for oneself.

This crew neck tee is designed with a loose fit and broken-in feel that takes after the style of your favorite worn-in tee you always reach for in your closet.Its high-ribbed collar provides a snug, comfortable fit that will not stretch out or lose its shape over time.

Our new Wirth shirts were sourced with the knowledge of possible slight imperfections during production, such as an off-stitch or a tiny hole. But these imperfections are what make them unique. They are an expression of what it means to be human; worthy as we are.

  • Cotton (6.5 oz)
  • Crew Neck 
  • Colour: Cement
  • S,M,L,XL,XXL
  • Unisex
  • Made in U.S.A
10,000 +

Hats Sold

6500 +

Therapy Sessions Sponsored To Date

200,000 +

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Mental Health Conversations Started

Our largest impact & greatest accomplishment is simple: Inspiring mental health conversations that may not have otherwise happened and providing professional support to individuals who may not have otherwise received it. Receiving personal thank-you messages from our community, who have used our resources, will always be the driving force behind Wirth. 

Each product is designed to champion the essence of Wirth. That’s why, in the final stages of production, each piece is finished off with a unique stitch. To symbolize that the sum of our parts - imperfections and all - are what make us, us.

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