The framework of Psychotherapeutic Object Dynamics presents seven dynamic human-object actions that are inherent, psychologically primary, seemingly universal, and a part of how humans, by nature, use objects in particular ways that support wellness and promote healing. The theory suggests that objects are meaningful and intrinsic aspects of our lives because they are fundamentally necessary to our mental health. Even in the more didactic and passive museum environments, people are experiencing healthful feelings and prompts to make positive change as a result of their object engagements, just perhaps in more subtle, nuanced, or less magnified ways. Observation itself is an active state, particularly when the design of the environment encourages connections, is free from distractions and provides for the basic comfort of the visitor. The chapter also presents an overview of the key concepts discussed in this book.