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Art therapy is ‘officially’ healing

Although professional therapist have known for years, art therapy is ‘officially’ healing according to the World Health Organization. I’ve written in depth about art therapy here. So if you want to know more about the basics, please check that post out. The World Health Organization or WHO recently released recent studies of art therapy forms.…

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The New Me ~ In progress

Several of my blog post like this one, I speak of my personal journey. They hone in on the past. For the most part, I’ve dealt with my past. I’ve lived it, and relived it over and over. Now, I’m focusing on the new me ~ in progress and my future journey. The truth is,…

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Simple, Fun & Creative Ways To Suppress Stress

We love the idea of taking care of your self while creating. This article gives you several ways to be creative while suppressing stress. Finding yourself stressed out by that infinite to-do list? Overwhelmed by the chores, errands and obligations that never seem to end? Constantly exhausted from running morning till night trying to cram…

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Create Your Inner Artist in 2019

create your inner artist

Why do you want to be an artist? Really, what’s an artist mean to you? How do you create your inner artist in 2019? For me, my own personal goal in 2019 is to create the artist I’ve always dreamed of becoming. I crave a new creative life. I want to narrow down my talents…

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Meditation Painting

I have just recently opened my world to meditation painting. I’ve been doing it unknowingly for many years. I would get so into abstract painting and the flow, that I would loose regard as to the outcome of the painting. And that’s exactly what the healing powers of meditative art is, losing yourself, or letting…

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An Introduction to Art Therapy

Art therapy is the use of creative art as a means of expression for rehabilitation and personal development. Art therapy was developed in the 1940s by the artist Adrian Hill who developed the technique by working informally with patients in sanatoriums and hospitals. During the Second World War artists employed in hospitals used his techniques…

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