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

Art Therapy Activity - Eyes Closed Drawing

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Drawing with your eyes closed helps ease self judgment and allows the creative process to flow. This activity encourages children to think about the feel and shape of what they want to draw, whilst concentrating on their breathing. Thinking about how the movements feel provides centering and grounding in the body, which can be helpful when feeling anxious. This activity

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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: Megan Keane, 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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