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Because the emotional parts of actual health problems develop into extra acknowledged, there's a renewed curiosity within the strength of paintings treatment to assist sufferers come to phrases with harm, ache and terminal and life-long stipulations. quite a lot of skilled paintings therapists describe their paintings and its advantages to numerous teams together with people with melanoma, debilitating stipulations akin to myalgic encephalopathy (M.E.) and ulcerative colitis. actual stipulations together with different components corresponding to homelessness or studying disabilities, and kids with life-long and protracted stipulations also are coated. The booklet contains dialogue of religious and philosophical concerns while mortality is confronted, existence switch and adjustment matters, sensible concerns and which versions of perform artwork therapists locate so much beneficial with a variety of teams. this can be crucial interpreting for humanities therapists and scholars, in addition to for pros with an curiosity in mental concerns and wellness for sufferers with actual affliction or long-term stipulations, corresponding to psychotherapists and counsellors, complementary therapists, medical professionals, nurses and different healthcare execs.
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When we joined the team, it comprised four art therapists, but more recently only two art therapists, both very part-time. Art therapy was initially very much part of the Bristol Approach and PBCC. It introduced art therapy to many people who would not have thought of undertaking it, often with unexpectedly positive results. At the time of writing, art therapy remained only in the programme of the ‘Retreat into Stillness’, and this had ceased by the time of publication. Comments, ideas and reflections about the work in this chapter are largely those that arose from conversations between art therapist and clients – during or after their art-making, when there was time for discussion and dialogue.
In this initial session, we presented art therapy as an opportunity to use a nonverbal medium; and tried to reassure participants about the non-judgemental atmosphere, as some of them dreaded the art therapy session. Occasionally people opted out, but it was part of the programme, so mostly people came, even if they were initially dubious about its value. Our introductions varied, but generally included reassuring participants that the time was theirs to use as they wished; that art therapy could be useful for expressing things that might be difficult to put into words; that pictures could contain conflicting feelings; that we would not be making interpretations of their work; that there was no right or wrong way; that playful exploration of the materials was encouraged.
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