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Therapist Alli Shares Her Creative Process

Therapist Alli Shares Her Creative ProcessBy: Alli Fisher, MA, LMHCA, ATR-P Published on: 21/06/2024

FlowArt's Art Therapist, Alli Fisher, talks about her creative process and includes three art directives for you to do at home. Check out her amazing art in the blog!

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Therapist Alli Shares Her Creative Process

Therapist Sarah's Art Journey Towards Self-Compassion

Therapist Sarah's Art Journey Towards Self-CompassionBy: Sarah Hie Published on: 21/06/2024

FlowArt's Therapist, Sarah shares her own process for creating and exploring self-compassion through her art-making.

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Therapist Sarah's Art Journey Towards Self-Compassion

Art Therapy: Empowering Neurodivergent Individuals Through Visual Communication

Art Therapy: Empowering Neurodivergent Individuals Through Visual CommunicationBy: Misty Gibson, PhD Published on: 18/06/2024

Dr. Misty Gibson is a Board-Certified, Registered Art Therapist (ATCB) and has long experienced the benefits of being able to communicate through imagery. The process of using art as a modality to communicate is particularly effective for neurodivergent individuals who may otherwise struggle to communicate their needs and experiences effectively through traditional talk therapy.

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Art Therapy: Empowering Neurodivergent Individuals Through Visual Communication

Therapist Rye's Personal Experiences with Sensory Overload

Therapist Rye's Personal Experiences with Sensory OverloadBy: Rye Flood Published on: 14/06/2024

FlowArt's Therapist, Rye Flood shared about their own experiences with sensory processing and sensory overload, and how they keep themselves balanced with their sensory kit.

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Therapist Rye's Personal Experiences with Sensory Overload

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