These are some of the graphics and handouts I illustrated for Variations Psychology to use in their programs and practice. Simple, friendly cartoons are a great way to communicate concepts and processes to patients, especially in information-dense settings.
This chart was created for a blog post about a method of focusing attention for children:
And this color-in version was made into a free printable so parents could have their kids color it in as an activity:
It's always a delight seeing my work be put to good use! I like creating things that have utility. Somehow, this is meaningful to me. I only pick projects where my work serves some explanatory or otherwise useful) function.
This is a comic strip I drew explaining how the process of relay coding works in a therapy session:
And here it is in a handout that is given to parents interested in the process: