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Feel Better-Art Therapy for Adults

"Unlocking Creativity, Encouraging Healing: Art Therapy for Adults with Chronic Illness."

  • 1 h
  • 495 US dollars
  • TeleHealth Portal

Service Description

During an art therapy session for adults facing chronic illness or disabilities, the art therapist initiates the session by creating a comforting and inviting atmosphere to promote a sense of ease and security. The therapist might introduce a specific topic or concept to inspire the individual's creative process or allow the freedom to explore any artistic direction they choose. Through mediums like painting, drawing, sculpting, or collage, adults can convey their emotions, fears, and aspirations without relying on verbal communication. As the session unfolds, the art therapist gently guides the individual to delve into deeper emotions or thoughts that emerge during the artistic journey. Through their artwork, adults may uncover new ways of managing their struggles, expressing themselves authentically, and discovering moments of joy and serenity amidst their challenges. The therapist offers encouragement and assistance throughout the session, aiding in emotional processing and fostering a sense of empowerment and resilience. By the conclusion of the session, the individual may have a tangible representation of their inner world manifested in their artwork. This visual depiction serves as a valuable tool for introspection, communication with others, and a source of strength during trying times. Art therapy sessions for adults coping with chronic illness or disabilities provide a space for healing, personal evolution, and self-exploration through the transformative influence of creativity. Before each session, every participant will receive an art kit via mail, ensuring they have all the necessary supplies for a fulfilling experience.


Cancellation Policy

To ensure our patients receive the most out of their time we recommend 24 hours prior to your service to ensure you have all the supplies needed.


Contact Details

8772127796

support@thecolorgallery.org

Medical Office 1340 Poydras Street, New Orleans, LA, USA


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