A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood
- Describe Lloyd Vogel’s psychological suffering from an existential perspective:
- How does he struggle with existential givens such as sickness, aging, isolation, death, and/or incoherence?
- How does he avoid/exacerbate his suffering?
- How does he eventually reconcile himself with existential givens?
- Describe Lloyd Vogel’s psychological dysfunction from a humanistic perspective:
- What issues does Lloyd have with relationships/attachment/empathy/self-care?
- In what ways does Lloyd move from a state of incongruence to congruence?
- How does he develop increasingly healthy relationships with others and himself?
- Explain the way in which Fred Rogers is therapeutic from an existential perspective:
- How does he approach existential givens including sickness, aging, emotional pain, and death?
- How does he help others cope with/transcend existential givens?
- Analyze how Fred Rogers is therapeutic from a humanistic perspective:
- How does he use empathy, genuineness, congruence, and unconditional positive regard to help Lloyd Vogel and others?
- How does Rogers promote emotional healing?
- How does Daniel Striped Tiger appear to consciousness (sight, sound, smell, feel)?
- Explain Daniel Striped Tiger through the lens of intersubjectivity
- What meaning/significance does Daniel Striped Tiger have?
- How is Daniel Striped Tiger therapeutic?