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Art therapy
  This is a therapy that is gaining in popularity.
It is based on the principle that the creative process of making art is potentially healing and life-enhancing. Art Therapists are professionally trained in art and therapy. This form of therapy can help people cope with trauma, stress, illness and aid the self in personal development.
Art therapists work with people of all ages, either in groups or individually.

United Kingdom 1. Vicky Barber explains the pricipals of Art Therapy and who can benefit from it Based in the UK.

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Canada 2. Introduces the therapist, Mehdi Naïmi, the services offered, the location and examples of the use of art in therapy. Based in Vancouver Island, British Columbia. Canada.

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United States 3. Bob Schoenholtz offers workshops and therapy in Philadelphia. USA

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Canada 4. Yvonne Rose offers Art Therapy, Revisioning and more in Toronto, Canada.

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United States 5. The official site for The American Art Therapy Association. Contains facts, events and links. based in Illonois, USA.

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United States 6. We seek a patient and compassionate art therapist to work with our clients who are victims of torture.
We are the International Institute, located in Jersey City, NJ. This is a volunteer position, located in Jersey City. Please contact Tai Williams at or 201-653-3888x126. Thanks!

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India 7. We are one of the leading Kerala ( Kalari Therapy) Traiditional Treatment Centres in Delhi, North India.

Kalari therapy most suited for Spondylisis, Slip Disc Problem, Cervical, Spinal Problem, Back Pain, Muscular Sprine, Etc.

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United States 8. An alternative to formal meditation practices with a potential for family and interpersonal team-building skill development. Guidelines and resources to help you inexpensively improve your coping and awareness skills through coloring.

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Portugal 9. Inspiring and inspired artwork and our unique combination of art, healing, visualisations and divinations. Day workshops or retreats at our mountainsidie quinta in the Western Algarve. Angel and Mandala workshops also available.

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Australia 10. A journey into letting go and being creative, the place to find self help tools, techniques for self improvement, personal development, artist and workshop facilitator.

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United States 11. Joanne(shayna Bracha) farber - “Harmony for the Art of the Soul”
Reconnect with your inner child through Holistic Art and Playfulness

HOLISTIC ART is a process which allows you to connect with your true artistic potential by increasing your self-awareness and opening a clear conduit for artistic exploration and growth.

During this fun-filled 3-hour workshop, we ignite our natural resources through playful vocalizations, visualizations and meditations. The rush regimentation of modern life represses our innate instincts. In this workshop a safe haven beckons to you. Come nourish your soul and liberate your spiritual energy by calling upon ancient teachings from various cultures. Have fun. Play with vibrations of sound and color as they resonate with and recharge all the circuits of your body. Emerge to a state of well being and harmonious existence with your inner child!

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United Kingdom 12. I am a qualified colour light therapist and teacher and offer chromotherapy, Irradiation, Art therapy (mandela sand art), colour councelling and SAD treatments to adults and children. I work on the etheral and work alongside client to get to root problems and heal with colour.

India 13. Satyas Dancetherapy, the grace and vigor of classical Indian folk dance movements transformed into an innovative holistic therapy.
A psycho-therapeutic process oromoting a person´s emotions and physical integration. Dr A V Satyanarayana developed a dance therapy as communication technique for mentally challenged children. Based in Bangalore and teaching worldwide.

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United States 14. Emotional wounds are so painful that we often engage in self-defeating & self-destructive acts to get relief. I work to enable you to find & nurture your voice so that you are released from reacting to old wounds in the same unsatisfying ways. I am Jeanette Raymond, Ph.D. Clinical Psychology & Masters degree in Child & Adolescent Psychology. I have 20 years experience as mental health professional. I run workshops on learning about yourself from your dreams. I use art therapy to give clients a way of expressing their pain, their struggles & their hopes in a language that is powerful & louder than words.

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Mexico 15. Patrica Arce Arriaga offers BACH FLOWER and ART THERAPHY for children and couples. I have a diploma in art therapy from Loyola University and have trained with Glenda Nososky. I continue my education as a therapist at the University Intercontinental Mexico.

United States 16. The aim is to identify, nurture and promote the talent in the field of music with preserving and promoting the existing repertoire generated by the legendary artistes of our times. The genres we are working on include World Music, Sufi, Devotional, Nirvana, New Age, Meditation, Discourse, Hindustani and Carnatic Classical and Ghazal.

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United States 17. Art is an experience that gives depth and integrity to our lives. Rediscovering our creative self involves challenge and transformation for us. Art changes our mind, our feelings, our concepts, the way we perceive reality.
Art transforms our beliefs and feelings and allow us to be in touch with our soul landscapes.
The art experience promotes healing by allowing us to break free having fun and remaining hopeful in willing to find our voice and express it in beauty.
Mercedes Cecilia

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United States 18. Suzanne L Adams:
Masters Certificate in Holistic Health Care from Western Mich. Univ.

ASCP Certified Cytologist and Certified Nutrition Consultant. Holistic wellness assessments and consultations.

Certified Neuro-Art Therapist. Holistic Art therapy for the cognitively impaired.

Medical Massage Therapist

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United States 19. Find extensive symbolism information including flower symbolism, animal symbols, color meanings, religious symbolism and popular symbols. Learn how to use symbolism to enhance your life!
Kathleen Karlsen is based in Bozeman, MT.

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Belgium 20. Art Therapy, Gestalt Theray, Transpersonal Psychotherapy.
Gunhild Lorenzen, Belgium.

Haiku is a poetic form and a type of poetry from the Japanese culture. A Haiku combines form, content, and language in a meaningful, yet compact way. Haiku poets write about everyday things. Many themes include nature, feelings, or experiences. The most common form of Haiku is three short lines. The first line usually contains five syllables, the second line seven syllables, and the third line contains five syllables. Haiku does not rhyme. Here are two examples of classic Haiku poets, which I especially admire:

Won?t you come and see
loneliness? Just one leaf
from the kiri tree.
Basho (1644 – 1694)

Pressing Sushi;
after a while,
a lonely feeling
Buson (1716 – 1784)

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