Arts Therapy : Arts Therapy For Self-Exploration (Part 2)

Arts Therapy: Understanding Art Therapy / Therapeutic Art and The Healing Process of Therapeutic Art (Part 2)

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Created by Pragati Patil Last updated Mon, 11-May-2020 English
What will i learn?
  • Gain an understanding of the fundamentals of drawing, including, composition, perspective and shading
  • Have an introduction to digital art for beginners
  • Understand the psychology of colour
  • Mix colours by creating their own colour wheel

Curriculum for this course
22 Lessons 09:41:50 Hours
Introduction
2 Lessons 00:22:52 Hours
  • Install Free Icon Fonts with FontAwesome 00:11:41
  • Learn How to Create a Modal Popup using Bootstrap 00:11:11
Requirements
  • The only essentials students will need are basic art supplies, such as pencils, pens and paper
  • Students don't need any previous experience
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Description

We are the World’s number one provider of Arts Therapy Courses, with more than 180,000 students in 192 countries.

FULLY ACCREDITED

On completion of this course you will be eligible for full Accreditation with the CPD Standards Office, which is a prestigious professional organisation, recognised throughout the world, including the USA, UK, Europe, Australia, New Zealand, Asia and Africa.

If you opt for accreditation, you’ll also get a diploma and 10 hours of CPD / CEU / CE Credits (depending on what country you reside).

Therapeutic Art: Online Therapeutic Art Course - Arts Therapy For Self Exploration and Healing  (Part 2)

Art Therapy is an area that is being used in many settings - Therapeutic Art: Part 2 - Art and colouring for adults is the second in the series of my Therapeutic Art / Arts Therapy courses. It's packed full of wonderful activities, all of which are incredibly beneficial for adults of all ages and all walks of life. Art and colouring is much more than just extremely fun to do, it’s also a substantially effective way of de-stressing. Art and colouring as well as many other forms of arts therapy, helps increase focus and concentration.

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“I am a dedicated person with a family of four. I enjoy reading, and the knowledge and perspective that my reading gives me has strengthened my teaching skills and presentation abilities. I have been successful at raising a family, and I attribute this success to my ability to plan, schedule, and handle many different tasks at once. This flexibility will help me in the classroom, where there are many different personalities and learning styles.”

 

In this part of your autobiographical essay, you want to establish the main lesson to take away from your story.

In other words, what’s important about your story?

  • I have come to believe that two main factors determine success. First of all is a person’s own determination and will to succeed. Are you ready to make sacrifices to achieve your goal, like working and studying at the same time? Are you prepared to recover after failure and proceed to your goal again? Without strong internal motivation, it is nearly impossible to become successful.
  • Equally important is the support of people around you. Being determined to succeed does not mean alienating everyone and stepping on other people in order to achieve your goal. On the contrary, success is about recognizing your weaknesses and accepting support from people who genuinely want to help you. For instance, if it were not for my parents’ support of my educational endeavors, I would perhaps not be attending law school today.
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