grief art therapy. A great way to express what a patient, sibling, or parent may be feeling. Whether grief about the diagnosis, or grief of losing a loved one. A grief club would also be an extremely helpful supportive group that would also provide coping skills.
Expressive Arts Description: The bowl represents us as an individual, we are vessels that hold many things. But sometimes we break and need to be put back together. Our brokenness changes us, makes us who we are.
Anger is referred to as a “secondary emotion” because we tend to use anger to cover up other vulnerable feelings. This is such a good reminder for the next time you feel angry at your partner, as a parent, or for when your kid acts angry.