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Art Therapy: Sharing Directives: Outside/Inside Masks

Art Therapy: Sharing Directives: Outside/Inside Masks

Must do for parents of  tweens & teens.  eg passwords, know their friends, no phone/internet while sleeping, check messages/photos periodically, listen and talk to them esp at dinner, show good example, listen to their music, teach value of giving, "Call. If your child is in someone else’s hands. CALL." call to check

Must do for parents of tweens & teens. eg passwords, know their friends, no phone/internet while sleeping, check messages/photos periodically, listen and talk to them esp at dinner, show good example, listen to their music, teach value of giving, "Call. If your child is in someone else’s hands. CALL." call to check

Art Therapy: The Recovery Book Choose what images she would like to use for four seasons. 1) Tell me about your Recovery Book. What did you put in it? 2) What season do you feel like you are in with your recovery? 3) Even though you may not have reached the season you want to be in with your recovery, can you imagine what it will be like when you get there? 4) What do you feel it will take to recover? 5) How was this experience for you?

Art Therapy: The Recovery Book Choose what images she would like to use for four seasons. 1) Tell me about your Recovery Book. What did you put in it? 2) What season do you feel like you are in with your recovery? 3) Even though you may not have reached the season you want to be in with your recovery, can you imagine what it will be like when you get there? 4) What do you feel it will take to recover? 5) How was this experience for you?

Children’s Art as Visual Narrative | Cathy Malchiodi, PhD on Psychology Today--Words tell our stories, but art makes it possible for us to bear witness to them. For many youth, art is a vehicle for exposing the atrocities of interpersonal violence, oppression, genocide, and it is a way of “breaking the silence” through the visual narrative of art expression.

Children’s Art as Visual Narrative | Cathy Malchiodi, PhD on Psychology Today--Words tell our stories, but art makes it possible for us to bear witness to them. For many youth, art is a vehicle for exposing the atrocities of interpersonal violence, oppression, genocide, and it is a way of “breaking the silence” through the visual narrative of art expression.

Visual Journaling | Psychology Today. An art therapy perspective of visual/art journaling and why it is might be an effective intervention for trauma and loss.

Visual Journaling | Psychology Today. An art therapy perspective of visual/art journaling and why it is might be an effective intervention for trauma and loss.

The enduring legacy of Freud - Anna Freud BBC

The enduring legacy of Freud - Anna Freud

ART THERAPY REFLECTIONS: The Fool Archetype and Art Therapy Exercises

ART THERAPY REFLECTIONS: The Fool Archetype and Art Therapy Exercises

Getting Whole While Getting Even | Psychology Today. Using self-expression to repair and move on.

Getting Whole While Getting Even | Psychology Today. Using self-expression to repair and move on.

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