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Whether you create art yourself or simply enjoy observing it, art brings discovery, meaning, and joy to many people. For those in addiction recovery, engaging with and creating art can be key to maintaining wellbeing. A study published by the National Center for Biotechnology reports that creative art therapies are a very successful form of...Read More
It wouldn’t be much of a stretch to describe someone with a substance abuse issue as being a person who holds a lot of emotions inside. In fact, one of the common reasons cited for starting to use drugs or alcohol is to cope with negative emotions. Learning healthy ways to process your feelings is...Read More
The forms of therapy used to help clients in treatment for drug and alcohol addiction are varied. Most people can appreciate how counseling, or “talk therapy,” can help someone look at past events and come to terms with them to effect healing. Creative therapies, such as art therapy, work in a similar way to help...Read More
More addiction rehabilitation centers are starting to incorporate a wide range of experiential therapies to supplement more traditional programming – and with positive results. In recent years, art therapy has gained more traction as an effective vehicle to help expedite recovery. In fact, one recent study found that nearly 40% of substance abuse treatment programs...Read More