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 THREE BEING AND FUNCTIONING IN THE WORLD
Your Level Best
Describing Your Feelings
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1995 EXPERIENCE ability activities allow anger APPENDIX Arrange art experience ART SIDRAN PRESS Artmaking Guidelines artwork background become behaviors boundaries breathing Choose chose collage colors comfort connections Consider container coping create creative Describe develop distress effective emotional environment Estimated Completion experienced explore express fear feelings figure frame functioning glue hands happiness Identify images Imagine important landscape lines List lives Look losses machine MANAGING TRAUMATIC STRESS minutes Art Materials move Note oil pastel overwhelming pain paint pencils person physical pieces positive post-traumatic present Protection recovery relationships represent responses result roles safe place Select sense shame and guilt shapes sheet of 18 significance situation skills step strengths STRESS THROUGH ART surface symbolize symptoms textures Think thoughts transformed types various visual white drawing paper wish workbook worldview Write Written Reflections