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Childhood Depression and Art Therapy

Symptoms of depression in children are quite different from typical “blues” and everyday emotions that happen as a child develops. When a child seems sad, it doesn’t necessarily mean he or she is clinically depressed. However, if the sadness persists, or if behaviors change and interfere with normal interests, activities and schoolwork, it may indicate […]

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Sensory Integration Art Therapy for Children with Autism

I have written about art therapy and sensory processing before, but I believe it is worth reiterating again as I see a lot of children and teens that benefit from this. Just the other day, I had a session with a client with severe Autism and hearing impairment. As I offered him an array of […]

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