Over in Canada, patients are treated with a heavy dose of free art. Considering the true value of the form against our everyday ailments, more of it, I say.
A recent study proved that marital satisfaction can be improved with the Prozac of pleasant imagery. So, perhaps for the wife’s birthday, you can print out pictures of those dogs she likes.
Super Mario is a complex man, beset by his desire to pursue his weaknesses: women, money, adventure. But does he need professional help?
Through Sherryn Groch’s interview with Sian Prior we learn that while writing is an act of creativity for some, it is therapy for others. Prior’s “Writing as Therapy” workshop takes place later this month.
If Polly Chester (and a lot of you, c’mon admit it!) chats to her hairdresser about “sensitive” subjects, should “hairdressing therapy” be explored as a legitimate avenue for mental health interventions?