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I Survived Again: A study of long term illness and self harm which has occurred through out my life.

A heuristic exploration of self-harm in the form of multiple hospital admittance/procedures/operations throughout my life and the restorative respite experie.

Feeling Neurotic? Try these Anxiety-Ridden photos ; )  in Wired article 2013-06-26 • art series "It’s Hardly Noticeable"; art: forceful eating •  by John William Keedy (28) (who has anxiety disorder but took advantage of it to express art) • concept: wide-reaching photo exploration of thoughts & behaviors that fall outside the norm. John says "humor...makes it a little more manageable"

Feeling Neurotic? These Anxiety-Ridden Photos Will Keep You Company

Infographic: What Happens To Your Brain When You Don't Sleep?

Infographic: What Happens To Your Brain When You Don't Sleep

Research has found that sleep deprivation can have a detrimental effect on your brain function, writes Theresa Fisher. Pinpointing parts of the brain and how sleep deprivation effects.

Curb staffer Heather Laing discovers how a UW-Madison class is healing common ailments through dance and movement.

Dance Therapy provides a unique support. Check out these dance therapists in…

An Artist's Brush Reveals Tales Of Struggle And Survival: More than 200 people have Walking Gallery jackets that tell the story of their experiences with health and the medical system.

An Artist's Brush Reveals Tales Of Struggle And Survival

An Artist's Brush Reveals Tales Of Struggle And Survival: More than 200 people have Walking Gallery jackets that tell the story of their experiences with health and the medical system.

The Science Behind Art Therapy and Alzheimer’s:  Why Art Therapy is Good for the Brain

Why Art Therapy is Good for the Alzheimer's Brain

Art therapy stimulates the brain, providing powerful benefits to Alzheimer's patients. Do studies support it?

Art Therapy can get you "unstuck"...  Albert Einstein offers a great explanation of why people remain stuck: “No problem can be solved from the same level of consciousness that created it.” Art therapy via the creative process offers access to untapped levels of consciousness.  Engaging in the art making process helps you see your problems and yourself from a new perspective - a new level of consciousness.

Amy Tatsumi: Why Art Therapy Works When You Are Feeling Stuck - When I tell people that I’m an art therapist, they often ask lots of questions about the field. One of the most common questions I receive is, “Why Art Therapy?

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