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The Impact of...

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Christopher Triner

on 7 June 2018

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The Act & Power of...
Visual Journaling
MYTH:
Art requires expensive supplies and skill that can be intimidating and increase anxiety
FACT:
Journaling can express the sensory part of traumatizing events and requires little in supplies.
MYTH:
Writing about the event as part of journal doesn't allow for healing from the event.
FACT:
Journaling/writing

about events allows detachment from trauma; allows for chronology of events and creates an objective, organized narrative
Journaling
Environment
Sacred space that is honored
Risk zone - VISUAL PLAYGROUND
Create INTERNAL TRUST
No fear of judgement - BE YOURSELF!
Work can be evolving
Allows to evaluate your progress
Journaling always allows for ideas and issues to be revisited

Let's Wreck the Space!
The
STAGE
1. Pull the prompt
2. Wreck the page
3. 4-5 min. sustained writing
4. Introduce new strategies
5. Allow supplies, time, and space for expression
Student Examples
Techniques:
Mapping
Collecting place
Spray away
Stickers
Ripping & Cutting Out
Pull the Prompt
METACOGNITION
The ABILITY to analyze, synthesize and control ones thinking, especially engaged in learning
https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/arts-and-health/201311/top-ten-art-therapy-visual-journaling-prompts
https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/arts-and-health/201310/visual-journaling-self-regulation-and-stress-reduction-0
Resources:
Virtue of Art Therapy
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