Art Therapy with Students at Risk: Fostering Resilience and Growth through Self-Expression

Written for art therapists, this title by Stella A. Stepney is of interest to art teachers and parents who would like to help young people express themselves more freely.  At-Risk students are not the only young people who may feel “lost in the system” and find it hard to verbalize their challenges and worries.   Children experiencing the death of a family member, or caught in the turmoil of divorce, may also find it hard to verbalize but easier to find self-expression through art.

As well as attending the Festive Book Signing on December 4, Ms Stepney, art therapist and educator, will present an art activity at 3:00 PM for children from 7 to 11 years of age.   Young people and their parents are invited to attend.

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