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We use art for communication, self-expression, and healing. We can also use art in therapy to help people explore themselves and utilize a different, nonverbal way of self-expression.
You don’t have to be a professional artist to benefit from art therapy. In fact, you don’t need to have any skill or knowledge in art in order to benefit from art therapy because the focus is on the process, not the end product.
This week, we’ll paint you a picture of what art therapy looks like.
Notice your breath.
Slowly inhale and feel your lungs expand;
then, release a long, relaxing breath.
For most of the day, we breathe completely unconsciously, but breathing exercises are a simple, portable tool that can relieve stress and anxiety. So let’s shake things up a little bit and focus on our breath this week.
May is Mental Health Awareness Month! Mental Health Awareness Month seeks to raise awareness about mental health and destigmatize mental health and treatment.
This week, we’ll also explore what teletherapy looks like, its benefits, and how to prepare for a session.
Did you know that anxiety attacks and panic attacks are different? The terms are not necessarily synonymous, although it is common for people to use them interchangeably.
This week, let’s dive into the differences between anxiety and panic attacks and what we can do if we’re experiencing one.