This is a ministry; if you need money for it, I’ll try to do some fund-raising.
But I’ve been asked to develop some graphics to go with my teaching. In particular, I think it would help if someone could diagram some of the stuff that falls into clinical psychology territory. There was a time I played with drawing. I got some training and I have skills, but no significant talent. I cannot bring what I visualize to my hands for drawing. Believe me; I’ve tried and it’s just not there. But I can write about it all day long, so I’m hoping someone out there has the confidence to read my stuff and give it a shot.
You’ll get full credit if you want it; we could make it part of the images themselves. Otherwise, we just need to work on a curriculum that will help some folks over the hump of understanding. I’m willing to dig into writing something that might pass for clinical description, so let me know in the comments or by email if you feel like giving it a shot.
Update: I’ll be starting a new series tomorrow. If anything inspires you, feel free to toss out a drawing any time during the series that you feel captures things. You can email it to the address visible about half-way down the right sidebar.