Drawing an image can externalize an internal dilemma, creating a distance from it so that it can be experimented with, disrupted, cut out, colored in, reshaped, or erased. The client draws his dilemma using abstract forms, and the coach asks questions to coax out insights using the image as the exploration point. The client is invited to either change the image in some way or to create a new image that reflects a desired outcome. The coach and client then discuss what actions or internal changes would serve to bring the client to the desired outcome. One client was feeling anxious about a presentation she had to give the following day. Avoid making comments about her technical abilities, good as well as bad, as value judgments can block her process. In many cases, the process of simply drawing in a quiet and supportive environment will provide clients with useful epiphanies.