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I think writing should not be underestimated either. Putting your feelings, emotions etc. Standing alone in home my wife spend time cooking anything she find in the kitchen. Other times she make embroidery. I see all this stuff lately about zen doodling and now you can pay to take classes and sometimes there are even rules for it.
There is something so totally calming in doodling. Almost like you find where God, however you call it or him, you find where He lives inside of you. And you are able to connect without really thinking about it.
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And since you are in a safe place, you can examine it, really look at it, then you can begin to let go of it. This is where true healing happens, inside. And by not finding those things and not facing them down, you will always be bothered by them, most of the time not even knowing how much hard they cause. You can give her the love you missed that day, when you were left alone and scared. You can hug that child to you and tell her she will always be protected by you, and teach her to trust that she is safe with you.
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And let her know that you will not allow anyone to ever hurt her again. It comes from the same place love does, inside. You set yourself up to be hurt by trying to get them to fill the holes you have inside. But if you feel safe and secure in yourself, you also are not vulnerable to those that would use you. Just go doodle, have fun, draw, play with clay, something that takes your mind off the world for a little while. Hugs to you and may you all find peace in your hearts.
Thanks Caileigh! Your article has some really nice ideas on ways someone could use art in a way that could help them feel all sorts of positive benefits. Art for wellbeing is fabulous and can be massively life-enhancing, as you say, and most of us would benefit from doing more of it. Art therapy also known as art psychotherapy is a specific type of psychotherapy which is done with a practitioner who has at least a Masters-level training in this therapeutic modality. Thank you for your informative article.
Although you had some good facts about art therapy, I feel that you may need to include the rigorous graduate training art therapists undergo and the potential for encountering psychodynamic issues when using directives that you suggested.
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Art is a perfect way to explore your own emotions, and colouring books may be soothing and relaxing, but authentic art therapy occurs in the presence of a qualified art therapist who will keep the space safe and know how to effectively treat someone when experiencing strong emotions. I hope that your readers understand that art can trigger strong emotional reactions and that they should seek out support if embarking on an insightful journey using expressive media.
I can recommend our national as well as provincial organizations that both have registries for available art therapists by region. Hi Caileigh!
Encouraging readers to use artwork is wonderful. It is really distressing that it appears to have diminished in school curriculums these days. What you are describing are ideas to use to stimulate emotional release and to explore past experiences. The therapist holds the space, creating a container to explore some difficult experiences, companioning the client whilst they uncover the past. The relationship with the therapist is important also as they bear witness to the difficult and painful things that arise in the exploration.
A trained therapist will notice all aspects in the working together- and feed back to the client valuable observations to extend the work and help bring greater understandings. I believe that this is not possible to do alone. We make stories around our experiences to help us understand, make sense of what and why things have occurred. Autism and Aspergers. Brief Psychotherapy. Child and Adolescent Studies. Clinical Psychology. Cognitive-Behavioural Therapies. Culture and Psychoanalysis. Eating Disorders.
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More filters. Sort order. May 10, Audiaa rated it really liked it Shelves: non-fiction , , psychology. I read this book, to learn about how therapists interpret art to learn about different types of therapy art projects.
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The majority of this text consists of the author interpreting artwork made by clients. The detailed discussions include photographs of the artwork, back histories of the clients, and the author's opinions about the meaning of specific portions of the art. Then the author goes further to describe how the artwork led to useful discussions with the clients. The index of the book inc I read this book, to learn about how therapists interpret art to learn about different types of therapy art projects.
The index of the book includes several explicit interpretations and a large selection of art therapy projects, many of which I think would be fun to try! QIanhong JI rated it it was amazing Jan 17, Anthony Freire rated it it was amazing Apr 05, Annette Kraft rated it did not like it Oct 24, Noorah Kareem rated it really liked it May 03, Julie Smith rated it really liked it Jun 10, Amy rated it liked it Aug 05,