Exploring Phenomenology in Process-Oriented Clay Art Therapy

Exploring Phenomenology in Process-Oriented Clay Art Therapy

As an art therapist deeply immersed in the world of clay art therapy, I’ve often found myself drawn to the profound philosophical underpinnings that shape our understanding of the therapeutic process. In my studies,  I delved into the integration of…

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Discovering the Beauty of Imperfection: Art, Wabi Sabi, and Mindful Creation

Discovering the Beauty of Imperfection: Art, Wabi …

Recently, I had the privilege of meeting an extraordinary Coach, Beatrice Redi. The journey we embarked on together has been profoundly transformative, allowing me to value what I do and to find a happy synthesis between various aspects of my…

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Wabi Sabi the abode of emptiness

Wabi Sabi the abode of emptiness

Wabi Sabi the abode of emptiness. Wabi Sabi as a lifestyle choice means giving value to concepts such as: Time, Emptiness, Contemplation; Wabi Sabi could be defined as a living meditation, which crosses through the moments of the day with the power…

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Technology: a useful source or a risk for art therapy?

Technology: a useful source or a risk …

Technology: a useful source or a risk for art therapy?   Wasting words of praise for the advantages that technology brought us is something obvious, especially in a post co-vid lockdown/new lockdown; we can clearly take the pros of technology…

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Change or transformation?

Change or transformation?

In this period of lockdown inevitably our habits have partly changed. We are dealing with a pandemic, something that we can safely say not happens every day. This situation of isolation is leading us to establish social contacts through video…

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