It’s a well-known fact that creating or simply observing art can produce a range of emotions through visual stimulation. Art can inspire us, evoking feelings of joy, pleasure, and serenity, and even changing our perspective on things. When applied in a therapy setting, art can be a powerful tool for addressing a range of mental health issues.
It’s a sad fact of life that so many people look down on therapy or the people who have it. The reality is that a quarter of the planet has some sort of mentally related issue during their lives. It’s important to not see ourselves as failures or weak if we feel we need some extra help. In what circumstances should one seek help from a therapist rather than just a friend or family member? That’s what this article is all about.
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Music therapy can help the special needs students make progress in their education. You must have experienced the following situation. You listen to a song once or twice while you are going to work for example, and after that, the song continues to play in your head all day long, again and again, and again. […]