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These are educational posters designed to give an overview of the field of Art Therapy and the fundamental elements involved in Art Therapy. The ‘Draw A Person’ & ‘MandalaR…
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How to Draw Your Feelings / Paint Your Emotions Hello friends, today, I'll show you how to draw and paint your feelings. This easy, beginner friendly therapeutic art exercise will help you express yourself and use art as an outlet for your feelings. I’m Youhjung and I do art as therapy with peopl
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What is Art Therapy and How Does it Work? Hello friends, today I'll share with you on what is art therapy and explain how it works.
What is Art? The Value of Art in Your Child's Life plus Free Printable Quotes - The Kitchen Table Classroom
Do you have child that will grow up to be an artist? Will they make their living through fine art or commercial art? For those of you that shook your head no I encourage you to ask the question how can art encourage your child even if they aren't a gifted artist. What is art and how can it benefit every child?
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"The healthiest form of projection is art" ~ Fritz Perls Here is a popular internet list of art therapy activities originally posted up in 2011 by the Nursing School Blog. I have researched current links that reflect the most inspiring art therapy directives on the internet today, keeping them as...
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Recognizing and remembering these seven functions of art as therapeutic tools for personal growth the next time that you encounter art will hopefully enhance your experience of the image you are looking at. In their book, Art as Therapy, Alain De Botton and John Armstrong identify seven functions of art. They explain how art helps us grow and evolve in our understanding of ourselves, each other, and the world we live in.
When we engage in the creation of our own art forms, we receive big benefits to our minds, both physically and mentally. When we produce art with our own hands, there is increased neural connectivity in the area of the brain that deals with introspection, memory, and self-monitoring. by Caileigh FlanniganPaint, Sculpt, or Color Your Way to RelaxationIt seems that everyone today has some level of stress in his or her everyday life. Whether it is rooted in work, school, the past, or personal…
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