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Art as therapy - Finding the heart

Ivete Fagundes-Ridley

Publisher: Cia do eBook

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Summary

This visual diary is an invitation to enter - from an intimate and very personal perspective - the universe of art therapy.  Through images that arise from emotional processing, the psychologist and art therapist Ivete Fagundes-Ridley opens the ‘doors’ of her history and shows us how art can be a powerful ally in the path of self-knowledge and personal evolution. In this work, time and space are suspended and the chronology of emotions deals the cards revealing the different tones of the emotional world.  By way of brushstrokes of digital art, personal stories and knowledge in psychology, our Smart Witch involves us in a light and uninhibited narrative, capable of bringing  laughter and tears as fast as a click.
Available since: 09/28/2020.

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