is art therapy to broad? or does this merely leave room for speciality? I'm particularly interested with how I got taken in to writting this. at any rate, I see art therapy as a way of communicating. I tried it in high school. It seems to me that the real therapy occurs when the client, patient, person, artist, victim etc, are talking about the work. This "forces" the client, etc, to feel within themselves that which has come out and manifested itself in front of them. This in turn gives the patient an opportunity to experience something about her/his reality yet not have it so internalized that they censor so they don't have to speak.
"man, what is this guy talking about?", you say. well let's just say that i'm thinking outloud. I've got a paper due in 17 hours. thanks.
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