Managing Traumatic Stress Through Art: Drawing from the Center
Sidran Traumatic Stress Ins, 1995 - Art - 137 pages
"The book's first section, Developing Basic Tools For Managing Stress, is devoted to establishing a safe framework for trauma resolution. The second section, Acknowledging and Regulating Your Emotions, helps the trauma survivor to make sense of overwhelming emotional experiences. The final section, Being and Functioning in the World, focuses on self and relational development, leading into the future"--Publisher's website.
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SECTION TWO ACKNOWLEDGING AND REGULATING YOUR EMOTIONS
A WellOiled Machine
Your Level Best
Two Different Worlds
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1995 ART EXPERIENCE 60-90 minutes Aat acrylic paints brushes allow anger ART ART EXPERIENCE art experience helps ART SIDRAN PRESS artwork background Batanated behaviors boundaries breathing Cent/eties Choose chose to represent collage colored paper colored pencils comfort box Consider construction paper coping mechanisms CoSIDRAN creating creative cut-out figure Describe develop distress drawing paper cut Éatinated effective environment explore functioning Guilt MANAGING Identify images Imagine landscape m a feeling machine magazine pictures MANAGING TRAUMATIC STRESS mental escape minutes Aat Matewata nvites oil pastels overwhelming pain and happiness palette paper you chose path person photocopy physical pieces post-traumatic stress post-traumatic symptoms Re!ection recovery relationships responses roles safe place Scissors glue Self-compassion sense of safety shame and guilt sheet of 9"x significance soothing STRESS THROUGH ART symbolize textures Tom-e traumatic experience TRAUMATICSTRESS THROUGH ART visual wax paper well-being Whâter Whates white drawing paper workbook worldview Write WRITTEN REFLECTION