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By way of making a healing outlet for self-expression and processing trauma, paintings remedy can play a strong position in aiding individuals with a mind harm or neurological situation to regulate to dwelling with altered talents and methods of pondering. Bringing jointly a wealth of craftsmanship from experts operating with a variety of stipulations together with epilepsy, dementia, got mind damage, motor neurone illness and a number of sclerosis, this booklet describes either the consequences of the stipulations and the ways that paintings treatment has helped within the rehabilitation procedure. The e-book comprises paintings with teams and participants and with a variety of settings and age teams, from youngsters to older adults, and discusses the consequences of study from neuroscience and neuropsychology. this can be crucial analyzing for artwork therapists and scholars operating with neurological stipulations. different execs operating with individuals with neurological stipulations akin to psychotherapists and counsellors, medical professionals, nurses and complementary therapists also will locate it of curiosity.
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Gage’s case particularly influenced nineteenth century scientific discussion at a time when theories concerning hemispheric specialisation along with personality and behavioural deviance were emerging. The idea of a ‘split personality’ or an uncivilised, irrational right hemisphere and a moral, intellectual left hemisphere is also illustrated in Robert Louis Stevenson’s popular literary character of the time, Jekyll and Hyde (Stevenson 2013 ). In the late 1800s, neurologists Paul Broca and Carl Wernicke identified particular areas of the left hemisphere which affected expressive speech and language comprehension.
Whatever the cause, the diagnosis of a long-term neurological condition often marks the beginning of profound changes for a person’s life and relationships. Impairment may be sudden, as with traumatic or acquired brain injury, spinal cord injury or stroke, and followed by partial recovery. It may be intermittent and unpredictable, as with epilepsy or early multiple sclerosis, where relapses and remissions lead to marked variation in the care needed. Or impairment may be progressive, as with motor neuron disease, Parkinson’s disease, later stages of multiple sclerosis or Alzheimer’s disease, where progressive deterioration in neurological function leads to increasing dependence on care from others (DoH 2005).
It also draws on ideas from hypnotherapy and neurology which make use of experience stored in the senses. 13. Marion Green with Christopher Day: ‘What has Colour Got to do with It? Art Therapy and Motor Neurone Disease: An Anthroposophical Approach’ Marion and Christopher worked together using indications from Margarethe Hauska’s anthroposophic art therapy training; in an anthroposophical clinic. There is a clear description of the anthroposophical medical model of health based on the work of Rudolph Steiner.