One study shows how sculptural art therapy can help relieve anxiety and improve cognition for dementia patients.
Are adult colouring books the same as art therapy? Discover the clear differences between colouring and true Art Therapy
Thanks to The Red Pencil, a Singapore charity, traumatised refugee children in Lebanese camps are finding some healing through art therapy.
Thanks to a recent study, psychiatrists in Singapore can now have a better understanding of how art therapy affects the elderly.
Are you struggling with the results of trauma? Art therapy is a powerful tool for reclaiming mental health.
Discover why one woman left a promising sales career to gain a Master’s degree in Art Therapy.
Have you heard about the benefits of art therapy? It’s not just for individuals with severe trauma— it can be valuable for people with all types of mental health struggles. Find out if you should begin investing in your own peace of mind through art therapy sessions.
A recent report from the Straits Times showcases how one centre is using art therapy to help recovering addicts. Workers at the centre have found that art therapy can prove to be a powerful tool in the treatment plan for addicted clients.
Many studies reveal the importance of art therapy for patients with dementia or mental disorders. Recently, a group of researchers focused on its beneficial effects for individuals with severe psychosis.
How does art therapy work? Explore the philosophy behind this type of psychological treatment and discover how it can help people struggling with mental illness in Singapore.
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