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A common response to dealing with serious illness or stress is for the person to question where he or she is on their life journey Past, present and future issues may be considered in a heightened way. Art therapy is a way to reflect on these questions but in a pro-active way, through clay or paint or drawing.
Art itself carries healing qualities , and by entering the creative process, accompanied and supported by the therapist, the individual may find the courage to face these life questions through their artwork. Art therapy will also help children through difficulties in relationships, family upheaval or school–related issues.
Through nourishment of the soul life, physical problems may be eased and understood; just as stresses on the soul can cause physical symptoms, so may food for the soul ease the body. Art therapy is a process of reclaiming ones own self-determination of overcoming fear and anxiety and accessing the creative self that lives in each and every one of us.
Myths and fairy tales are often used for this self-awakening process as well as the natural world and examples from art history.
Eurythmy therapy as an art of movement originates from music and the sounds of speech, i.e vowels and consonants. Each sound quality has its own deep relationship to the human being and the activities within the human physiology. In eurythmy the speech sounds and music sounds are transformed into movements of the whole body. When used as a therapy the movements and gestures are worked with in such a way that they stimulate processes in the human being on both an organic and soul-spiritual level.
Eurythmy therapy helps to strengthen, regulate, and harmonise. The exercises help to improve posture, mobility, spatial orientation, rhythm, breathing, circulation, and warmth. Eurythmy therapy stimulates the life forces and promotes self-healing. It strengthens a sense of wellbeing and self-confidence.
Eurythmy therapy is used in the treatment of a wide range of conditions such as cardiovascular disorders, neurological problems, muscular-skeletal disorders, irregularities in child development, and life crises with their associated medical complaints. Eurythmy therapy is also helpful in the treatment of mental illness. Eurythmy therapy can complement other treatments, such as chemotherapy, by nurturing the resilience of body and soul to cope more easily with the impact of the treatment.
This is a one-to-one therapy and is designed to meet the needs of each individual. Each client receives a programme of tailored exercises to be practised at home. In eurythmy therapy, the client takes an active role in the process of healing. Eurythmy therapy exercises suit all levels of mobility and can be done standing, seated, or lying down.
Our counsellor is an accredited psychotherapist and is less concerned with theory and more interested in "what works". Our counsellor has a particular interest in Brief Therapy to minimise the number of sessions required.
The aim is to work in co-operation with each person to define a salient and workable "preferred outcome" - and find ways to move towards it.
To contact Rebecca please call or text her mobile number 07876 266 062 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Rebecca's website is: https://www.eurythmymovementtherapy.com
Brief Counselling contact Helios or visit email@example.com