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From a treatment perspective, respective implicit or explicit human images have an influence on different areas, among other things on the therapist´s self-image, the basic attitude for the method, respectively the relative person (patients, colleagues, etc.), the art and way of the relationship (e.g. symmetrical or asymmetrical communication), diagnostics, theory formation, technology and values, or moral decisions.

If we speak of the concept "human image" or imagine one: what do we see there? Do we see a man, a woman, a transgender person, a child, an elderly person? Is he healthy or suffering? What origin, skin color, clothing, social situation influence it here? Does this image convey something present, past or something from the future?

Is it an idealized image, as we think that a human “is”, or "should" be, or do we believe to recognize in our human image the so-called "nature of man", to spot its quintessence?

Does this human image correspond to our own projections, experiences, fears and ideals? Is this simply unconsciously conveyed and adopted by the family of origin or other important persons or maybe by means of media or a specific method - in this case a psychotherapeutic or psychoanalytic method?...



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