Tag: Art Therapy

Day 2: Letting go of Emotional Pain

This particular piece was harder for me to write and much easier for me to create.  I think that was, because for me, I could see the pictures in my mind and knew what it looked like, but to put that into words; well,… Continue Reading “Day 2: Letting go of Emotional Pain”

The Hills and Valleys of Depression

Everything was going great, I was jazzed about my blog, the people it could reach, the people that I could help.  I hadn’t seen my therapist in a while so when I went to see her this last week I was pretty pumped up… Continue Reading “The Hills and Valleys of Depression”

The Nature of Art and Depression

  I have always enjoyed the outdoors. I love to hike and camp, and whenever I was feeling down if I could get myself to take a walk, I always felt better afterword.  So, when I started learning about drawing and how to look… Continue Reading “The Nature of Art and Depression”

Day 1: What depression looks like through my eyes

A conversation with myself When I look at the collage that you made about your depression, the biggest piece that stands out is the “I’m Fine” pictures, you have two of them.  When someone asks you how you are, do you always say, “I’m… Continue Reading “Day 1: What depression looks like through my eyes”

100 Days of Art Journaling for Therapy

A workshop I am taking that is helping me explore my depression and who I am through art.

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