Psykologtidsskriftet
Tidsskrift for norsk psykologforening
No. 11 – 2017

Illustration for Psykologtidsskriftet, issue 11/2017; together with an essay (by Aksel Inge Sinding and Svein Øverland) called Vandrepsykologene (in english; Wandering therapists). There are now more than 800 registered forms of psychotherapy. Even though therapists emphasizes different parts of the therapy, the framework are surprisingly similar; two humans speaking together from their separate chairs. What happens when these two humans wanders outside and beyond this room of therapy? I've made a set of three illustrations, depicting different internal moods shown through the external changes. Drawn with ink and brush, colored digitally.

 
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Spreads. Editorial design by Laboremus.

Spreads. Editorial design by Laboremus.


 

Psykologtidsskriftet
Tidsskrift for norsk psykologforening
No. 9 – 2017

Illustration for Psykologtidsskriftet, issue 9/2017; together with an essay (by Per Are Løkke) called «Gammel skyld, moderne skam» (in english, something like; «Old guilt, modern shame»), debating that psychologists needs to understand young women's psychological problems in a gender perspective. A legacy of guilt which still affect a new generation of women.

 
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Opening spread. Editorial design by Laboremus.

Opening spread. Editorial design by Laboremus.


 

Psykologtidsskriftet
Tidsskrift for norsk psykologforening
No. 8 – 2017

Illustration for the essay Hva med meg, da? / What about me, then?, by Birgit Johansen Skifjell. Children seldom get's heard in mediation after a breakup. In the mediation model Barn i mekling / Children in mediation, the children themselves get the opportunity to formulate and give their message/opinion to the parents.

 
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Psykologtidsskriftet
Tidsskrift for norsk psykologforening
No. 7 – 2017

Illustration for the essay, The Replication crisis / Replikasjonsskrisen, written by Bjørn Sætrevik. From the essay preamble; «When we try to replicate earlier studies, we do not always get the same results. The replication crisis has cast shadows over the psychology discipline. What can be done?» 

 
Opening spread. Editorial design by Laboremus.

Opening spread. Editorial design by Laboremus.


 

Psykologtidsskriftet
Tidsskrift for norsk psykologforening
No. 6 – 2017

Illustration concerning «Circle of Security Parenting» (COS-P), a psychoeducational program where the aim is to help parents in their parenting role. Solli DPS have been leading COS-P group therapy for pasients since the spring of 2012, with positive feedback along the way. My illustrative take dwells on a parents ability to mentalize with the child, whereas I use a shift in perspective between mother and infant, as a visual asset.

 
Spreads. Editorial design by Laboremus.

Spreads. Editorial design by Laboremus.


 

Psykologtidsskriftet
Tidsskrift for norsk psykologforening
No. 5 – 2017

Illustration together with the essay «En artikkel for alle årstider» / «An article for every season», written by Karl Halvor Teigen (Professor emeritus, Psykologisk institutt, Universitetet i Oslo). In order to fully appreciate/understand my illustration, I highly recommend reading the splendid essay on this page at www.psykokologtidsskriftet.no

 
Opening spread. Editorial design by Laboremus.

Opening spread. Editorial design by Laboremus.


 

Psykologtidsskriftet
Tidsskrift for norsk psykologforening
No. 3 – 2017

Illustration for the essay Delt bosted – hva sier forskningen? (A divided home – what does research tell us), written by Agnes Andenæs, Peder Kjøs and Odd Arne Tjersland. From the introduction (and translated into english by me); «Research does neither give grounds for claiming that a divided home is damaging for little children, a better solution for them, or that the solution is conflict reducing. The professional arguments and the political decisions should therefore be characterized by less cocksureness». My solution for the featured illustration was to focus on the many sources of what is best or worse for a child divided between to parenting worlds. Then visualizing this fragmented sureness by having the different characters uttering the child's emotional responses. Like emoji masks, leaving the the real child stuck in the center, blank and a lingering question.

 

 

Psykologtidsskriftet
Tidsskrift for norsk psykologforening
No. 2 – 2017

Editorial illustration in Psykologtidsskriftet for an essay concerning PP-tjenesten and their need to strengthen their presence as a brand. 

 

 

Psykologtidsskriftet
Tidsskrift for norsk psykologforening
No. 1 – 2017

My first work for Psykologtidsskriftet (Tidsskrift for norsk psykologforening) as their new essay illustrator. The januar 2017 issue is a thematic one, concerning psychology and old age. Six illustrations for six different essays, visualizing topics like, sleep disorder, DPS access, dementia, cognitive benefits from exercise and effects from alcohol use. 

 

Eldres rusvaner – en ny helseutfordring? Essay written by Linn-Heidi Lunde.

Litt redusert bare? Mild kognitiv svikt hos eldre. Essay written by Marta Maria Gorecka.

Fysisk aktivitet – vidunderpillen for den aldrende hjernen? Essay written by Kolbjørn Brønnick.

Aldring og arbeidsprestasjoner. Essay written by Per Erik Solem.

Søvnproblemer blant eldre – Hvordan kan psykologer hjelpe? Essay written by Elisabeth Flo and Inger Hilde Nordhus.


 

Psykologtidsskriftet
Tidsskrift for norsk psykologforening
No. 12 – 2016

My first go as an illustrator for Psykologtidsskriftet for an essay called «Focault's humanistic psychology» by Line Joranger. The essay depicts an early Foucault who wanted to show that the root to understanding psychological phenomenon are not to be found in universal medical therms, but rather in reflection on the human itself.

 

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