Art, Art Therapy and PTSD - ideal for veterans!

Art Therapy exercises applied to children and/or the military

4.35 (21 reviews)
Udemy
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English
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Stress Management
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7.5 hours
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Sep 2021
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What you will learn

Therapeutic exercises to reduce stress

Impact of art therapy on PTSD

How a rubber duck can unlock emotions

Establishing whether a duck is your totem animal spirit

How painting reduces stress and anxiety

Details of a 'felt sense'

Description

Note: This course does not qualify the recipient to perform any form of therapy or counseling for any other person

This course goes through some very straightforward Art Therapy exercises in a way that students are encouraged to follow along. The thoughts behind the exercises are explained, studies are referenced and examples are given. You are urged to read the studies in full - owing to copyright they cannot be displayed in full here.

The more people get involved and do the exercises, the more they can share ideas then the better this course becomes - for you.

The common 'tool' is the duck. Either rubber or painted.

We also look at the duck as a totem spirit - and other alternatives.

Do not worry if you cannot paint or have no experience!

This course is very carefully explained and the emphasis throughout is on process.

You will be shown plenty of poor art as well as art abstracts that go through the stages of mental health. The artist concerned has been co-opted to help answer questions on this course.

A heavy encouragement to participate; a huge encouragement to do the exercises - and a great willingness by me to encourage all to...listen...to ourselves.

So please remember:

1. Lectures

2. Educational Announcements

3. Q/A

All make up this course! Remember please to start at the beginning and do the first lecture and task. Also, to familiarise yourself with the course structure before plunging in - make sure you have watched the preview videos for example


PTSD may occur at any age but is more likely to apply to military and especially veterans.

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Content

Introduction
Introduction
Art Therapy and a Safe Place
Dr. Cathy and a Rubber Duck
PTSD and the Military
A Safe Place - pt 1
A Safe Place - pt 2
Safe Place - pt 3
The rubber duck
Making the Mask
Making the Mask - pt 1
Making the Mask - pt 2
Making the Mask - pt 3
Making the Mask - pt 4
Art Therapy
Art Therapy
Art Therapy - who benefits? (pt 1)
Art Therapy - who benefits? (pt 2)
The Felt Sense
The Felt Sense - pt 1
The Felt Sense - pt 2
The Felt Sense - pt 3
The Felt Sense - pt 4
How to get a Felt Sense - pt 1
How to get a Felt Sense - pt 2
How to get a Felt Sense - pt 3
How to get a Felt Sense - pt 4
How to get a Felt Sense - pt 5
How to get a Felt Sense - pt 6
How to get a Felt Sense - pt 7
A Felt Sense is...
Bonus
Bonus

Reviews

Annmarie
11 June 2021
This was a wonderful course, I interacted differently than what was expected and the title was a little misleading but it was still a very useful, engaging and brilliant course...the time you spend doing it is art therapy in itself.
Elina
23 November 2020
First of all what a beautiful cover painting on this course, the second I still didn't finish this course, but till here I liked it, I liked the information & the story behind this rubber duck. This course is about art therapy, painting, and ducks... for sure, it's an amazing short course!

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