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What are Arts & Art Therapy? In this forum, Arts & Art Therapy will be curated to reflect the expression of growth and inspiration. Art is a visual representation of the inner and outer world as seen through the eyes of the artist. At All Things Healing, art therapy is curated to reflect the expression of growth and inspiration. Learn more about art therapy – healing art therapy & visual art therapy by visiting us online today!

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(Asst Editor: Karen Adler, Dip TPAT)  Karen Stabley is a speaker, therapist, relationship coach and teacher. Karen is an interactive, solution-focused therapist with a tr...
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Karen Stabley, MCAT, ATR, BC
We are currently seeking a Co-Editor and/or Assistant Editor for this section. For more information please contact Sherri Carter at sherricarter@allthingshealing.com

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Editor´s Note from Karen Adler: Learn about art as therapy. What is art therapy? For artist, Alison Sigethy, art has a meditative quality that helps our minds to slow down and relax. The longer version of this video will be released later.


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by Karen Adler, ATH Asst. Editor of Arts & Art Therapy,
Diploma Transpersonal Art Therapy, Grad Dip Material Anthropology

Perhaps the best place to start my first article for All Things Healing is with my own journey to becoming an Art Therapist. A journey that’s been long and convoluted, full of twists and turns, dead-ends and road blocks, false starts and turning back and starting all over again. Ah yes, not to mention lots of being lost and consequently, lots of searching - for both my own self and for a path that would serve me well through life...


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by Pearl Moon

My story is about how I discovered I have Aspergers, how I’ve adapted my life accordingly and how my art is so intrinsic to keeping balance in my life...


Editor's Note from Karen Adler: Pearl Moon's art is, quite simply, beautiful - full of rich and varied and sumptuous texture, layering, colour, mixing of media. Pearl's discovery that she had Asberger's Syndrome changed her life. Her art-making is an important means of coping with her condition and of delaing with the world.


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by Karen Stabley,
ATH Co-Editor of Arts & Art Therapy

There can be many reasons why a heart breaks: the death of a loved one, divorce, loss of a job, loss of status, loss of health, betrayal by a friend, loss of a child, or loss of a childhood. All of these reasons can leave a person broken. This is an activity that takes the griever through a contemplative process that encourages them to be gentle with themselves, to grieve fully, and to open their hearts for the next step...


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Editor's Note from Karen Adler: This youtube video is the trailer of "a documentary narrated by Olivia de Havilland about the many benefits of arts for people with Alzheimer's. DVD available from amazon.com, frenchcx.com, artistsfor alzheimers.org and hilgos.org titled I REMEMBER BETTER WHEN I PAINT: TREATING ALZHEIMER'S THROUGH CREATIVE ARTS, produced by French Connection Films and the Hilgos Foundation."


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by Bliss Cavanagh

1. What was the inspiration for Sensory Delight?

Drawn from my personal experience of living with Tourette syndrome, Sensory Delight marks the professional development from my Bachelor of Fine Art Honours work ‘Sensory Overload...


Editor's Note from Karen Adler: I LOVE Bliss Cavanagh's story! As both an art therapist and an artist, I view her use of art and the creative process to deal with her Tourette syndrome, as a profound validation of the power of art to heal and enlighten. Her story is a perfect example of mythologist Joseph Campbell's Hero's Journey - a descent to her deeper self, her return bearing gifts and knowledge of benefit to both herself and the wider community. Bliss's transformation via art is also a story of self-acceptance, of learning to use and work with her Tourrette's rather than continually trying to 'fix' herself of something that has emerged, via her art, as her greatest gift.


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by Cathryn McEwen

If I have a camera in my hand, I invariably get in very close to the subject. The personal space is invaded and there is a connection between myself and what I am investigating – with my camera lens, or my own eyes. “Up close and personal” is how I like to see the world - to look closer and deeper...


Editor's Note from Karen Adler: The recently opened gallery, Art Studios Cooperative, in Gosford NSW, renews my faith in art and in artists. It's the type of art that I, personally, admire - art that is of a high quality, technically masterful, art that has depth, where the translation from concept to actual artwork actually works. And yes, it's vastly different from the art that originates in an art therapy session or art that is done wholly and solely AS therapy. What it does have in common, is that capacity of art to to work with symbols to engage the unconscious and thereby to clarify, to make clear our thinking, our perspective, to go more deeply into ourselves and to return with the gifts of that journey.


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Editor´s Note from Karen Stabley: Hand artists are taking their art off canvas or the page and onto their hands. These paintings are so creative and the animals look so real! This is the best collection of a variety of different hand paintings that I could find.


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by Jenn Bender

Although my mind believes it is wise and knows best, it really doesn’t. My heart has more wisdom because it knows the greatest heights of joy and the deepest depths of pain. My brain decided it needed to have a talk with my heart about how hard it was working to protect it...


Editor's Note from Karen Stabley: According to Britannica Online, art is "the use of skill and imagination in the creation of aesthetic objects, environments, or experiences that can be shared with others." Jennifer Bender shares her art that can only be seen with the mind's eye.


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Editor's Note from Karen Adler: Wow! Sometimes you see something - and I emphasise the word 'see' because I am, after all, an art therapist - that so clearly and simply illustrates something deeply complex, that you 'get it'. This is the case in Dr. Robert Lefever's cartoon on addiction. The material is presented in the simplest form possible - childish drawings - and the voiceover is children's voices. The juxtaposition of the horrors and destructiveness of addiction alongside the imagery and voices of children is the source of the power of this brilliant piece of film making.


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by Julie Hoyle

As a child I would sit for hours creating detailed illustrations and writing stories of mystery and magic on long scrolls of paper. I loved the freedom of this expression and looking back I appreciate that this was an attempt to make sense of my world. I sought ways of bringing ‘other-worldly’ experiences into a concrete, tangible form...  

Editor's Note from Marie' Sakai: Julie Hoyle expresses in her article the depth of what it means to be in the moment of art and in the moment of listening to the 'divine hint' as she calls it where we can step beyond the criticism of the mind and into the heart of knowing the deepness of feeling at one with all there is. She ends her article by saying, "When I get my small self out of the way, I am able to become empty enough to create a vehicle to express the inexpressible and to give form to the formless." Beautiful and moving, her words and her painting, The Merging, speaks volumes to her practice through art, yoga, and her guidance of the deepness of spirit, the Divine Hint.


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Editor's Note from Karen Adler: John Shdeed, a Cleveland Clinic patient, was born with a heart defect. He loves doing art and takes a great deal of delight in the hospital's Art Therapy program.


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The Alternate Selves of the Artist

Sonia Weiss Durga 1929-2008

Art can be used to heal a psyche or express parts of that psyche that have no other avenue of expression. Sonia Weiss Durga's art is a good example of this. She was a deep, complex person with many aspects to her being.



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