If you’re interested in art therapy or thinking about checking it out, you may be wondering what the difference is between art therapy and an art class. In fact, this is a question we are asked all the time, so we wanted to share some thoughts about it here on our blog. From our perspective, these
Help your students in worry group personify their worries by making a worry monster with watercolors and a deep breathing exercise! Students will learn two helpful strategies to manage worries in small group counseling or individual counseling.
This Download Includes: Activity Introduction Discussion & Instructions Psycho Education Scenarios Checklist Chart Identifying Inner vs. Outer Self Template to Draw Outer and Inner Self Answers to checklist Tips for use: If using with adolescents, discuss the pressures and emphasis culture places on their physical self Have clients reflect and jot down what symbols they want to represent their inner self Have clients reflect on what they want to improve about their...#arttherapy #art…
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.