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The Healing Art of Clay Therapy. Patricia Sherwood

The Healing Art of Clay Therapy


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ISBN: 0864316917,9780864316912 | 128 pages | 4 Mb


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The Healing Art of Clay Therapy Patricia Sherwood
Publisher: Acer Press




You can pound clay,” she said. I mean, I've been "doing" art therapy just by creating art. This massage and nourish the skin. This expressive arts group works with clay to provide support and healing for women who are survivors of abuse. Creating art holds a healing power. Followed by white clay body wrap this treatment increased circulation and also detoxifies your skin. This partnership was established by former Director of Art Therapist, Suzanne Thomson. EbooksFreeDownload.org is a free ebooks site where you can download free books totally free. Balancing Massage combines the ancient healing arts of Thai and Indonesian massage techniques. Engaging in the art process can be a way to sublimate that anger in a safe and non-destructive way (pounding on a lump of clay or ripping paper for a collage can be safer but just as satisfying as breaking a window or punching someone). Practicing clay therapists believe that the clay itself provides a healing experience for clients (Sherwood, 2004). It can carry us away to a place where we lose track of time. Since 2003, clients of the Schlifer Clinic have worked with a professional artist (Susan Low-Beer) and an art therapist (Suzanne Thomson) in the Museum's clay studios to sculpt their trauma narratives in clay, transforming their pain and reconnecting with their resilience and strength. More recently, I started providing “webinars” on Art Therapy and various topics, which are seminars conducted on the internet – where people can earn continuing educational credits from the comfort of their home or office. Part of her treatment at Magee Rehabilitation Hospital near Philadelphia included art therapy, which involves creating art as a way to help patients cope with symptoms, express themselves or reconcile issues from their lives. But it was her own art that helped Martin push through the pain of depression and her physical limitations.

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