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Thinking inside the box

Boxes in art therapy are often used as a framework to explore inner and outer realities. With lids they offer the possible exploration of the private inner spaces while the outside becomes more of the public self or what is visible to the world out there.  Clients are invited to paint, draw, collage or add [...]

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On never being too sure

I become uneasy when someone speaks with authoritative certainty about someone else. « This is a clear case of X, Y, Z », the XYZ being a defining set of characteristics that describes a person, and given our shortcut liking brains, ends up defining the whole of a person. Through the years I’ve been too often reminded [...]

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