Teapot Trust - Art Therapy Resources To Support The Mental Health of Young People with Chronic Conditions

Art Therapy Activity - Visual Diary

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Learn how you can create a visual diary in this video by Art Therapist Shelley. A visual diary can help you reflect about your work over time and help you create memories. Making a diary can prompt you to think about your thoughts and feelings at the time of art making, and later help you think about how you or your mood has changed over time. In this way, a visual diary can make sense of time and experience while providing a creative narrative of life.

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Teapot Trust - Art Therapy Resources To Support The Mental Health of Young People with Chronic Conditions
Contributed by: Teapot Trust - Art Therapy Resources To Support The Mental Health of Young People with Chronic Conditions
Authored by: Shelley Kinloch, Teapot Trust
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Last updated: 26 January 2021
First contributed: 07 August 2020
Audience access level: Full user

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