Bridging Through Imagery: An Integration of the Selves Through Art Therapy, A Visual Dialogue
Art therapy is an isthmus of the conscious and unconscious, intertwined with the mystery of the entanglement of our inner selves. It is the expulsion of the garbage into energy of rebirth which flows through the inner conflicts of the primitive and the symbolic; the eccentric and the ordinary; the perfect and the imperfect. It is the bringing forth of the known and unknown.
KeywordsComfort Zone Feeling State Workshop Activity Proper Tool Creative Imagination
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