by Laura Smidchens
Art therapy is not only a way for the individual to communicate with the therapist and gain greater insight during a supervised session. It also helps individuals build skills to continue to contemplate and express themselves throughout their lives. Here are individuals’ messages...
We all have an exterior side that we show to the world and a part that we shield and protect. Art therapy helps individuals connect with, confront, and work with that private/hidden side.
The art samples shown in this volume were submitted for display in one of SMEDA’s public awareness Art Hop exhibits. The artists chose pieces that helped express their cur- rent or past relationship with their eating disorder.
Our next Art Hop exhibition will be in February, 2017. Click here for further details.