Can you guess which psychological theorem each drawing depicts?
The above drawing accompanied the textbook’s section on homosexuality.
Other interpretations are equally valid of course.
Fig 5.8: “One important aim of existential psychotherapy is to help the person assume responsibility for his own actions, because only through accepting responsibility can the client create meaning in his own life. Different existential therapists, however, may use totally different approaches; the label ‘existential’ represents a viewpoint, not a method. Frankl, for example, has developed the techniques of paradoxical intention and de-reflection, which… help the individual to ‘control his own chess board’ rather than being one of the pawns.”
Illustrations by Karl Nicholason | 50 Watts | http://bit.ly/ZfQMwK