Kathryn Morrison

Kathryn Morrison

Kathryn Morrison
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Art Therapy Ideas. Art therapy uses art to heal people of all ages, and can improve the emotional, mental, and physical state of most people.

change to grief/memory box for the kids [ Love Box - " a callaboration in mixed media " / Children's Art Therapy Calendar ] ----- brilliant! This gives me many, many ideas!

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This would go good with the angry octopus book! Elementary or Middle School Counseling Group: "The Octopus Club: 8 Legs to Managing Anger/Stress." Start a psychoeducational group with weekly lesson plans to teach helpful strategies for stress and anger.

Art Therapy Ideas. Art therapy uses art to heal people of all ages, and can improve the emotional, mental, and physical state of most people.

My Years, in Tree Rings - would be great as a poem in our art/poetry books. I would also love this in conjunction with a timeline project. Doing the timeline first might help kids be successful with this.

Art Therapy Ideas. Use a circular cardboard cutout in the center for the foundation. Any type of glue can be used to hold it together.

"You're a star" art therapy idea. Lovely - could use wrapping paper, origami paper, magazines and newspapers. Could be used for families for one another to help build attachments.

Art Therapy Ideas. Art therapy uses art to heal people of all ages, and can improve the emotional, mental, and physical state of most people.

change to grief/memory box for the kids [ Love Box - " a callaboration in mixed media " / Children's Art Therapy Calendar ] ----- brilliant! This gives me many, many ideas!

Art Therapy Ideas. The empathy response art is the idea of sharing the feeling of another — to feel with, or to feel alongside someone else. It is not only useful for therapist client relationships, but it can also be very helpful for both parents and children.

The empathy response art is the idea of sharing the feeling of another — to feel with, or to feel alongside someone else. A brilliant useful aid for for therapist client relationships.