Using contrasting drawings or pictures as an assessment tool within a personal construct framework
When George Kelly developed the psychology of personal constructs he proposed a reform "directed toward the tendency for psychologists to impose preemptive constructions upon human behavior", that is, arbitrary diagnoses. He argued that a clinical psychologist should embrace the realities of a client's life and identify "those avenues along which the client and the psychologist may proceed toward a solution ofthe client's problems". A clinical diagnosis, therefore, should be seen as "the planning stage for client reconstruction".
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