Here are some art therapy exercises you can do right now to reduce anxiety and boost your mood.
Here is a little Christmas prompt to get some creative juices flowing.
The key is to imagine it as objectively as possible, as if watching something on TV. What do you want for the main character (you)?
Unfortunately we can’t always get away from life’s stresses. So what can we do in the day-to-day?
Art has been used for communication, self-expression, and healing and has been for thousands of years. Here are some ways art therapy can be helpful for your mental health.
“Art can permeate the very deepest part of us, where no words exist.”
Being in that hospital was like getting a glimpse of the underbelly of human existence, the part that society hides away in fear. It made me see human beings in a whole new way.
The acronym ‘FACE COVID’ provides some useful steps for dealing anxiety and depression.
“Don’t get me wrong, Jim is great character and I was lucky to get the part. But don’t think of that as me anymore.”
– Jim Carrey
It feels as though I’ve been metaphorically walking in the woods of my own mind. I’ve finally happen upon two doors. I must choose one before proceeding to the next side.