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The Therapeutic Value of Destruction and Reconstruction in Art Therapy By Jean Davis, ATR-BC, LCAT, Licensed Creative Arts Therapist

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Frequently, especially in Western culture, there is a tendency toward containing and even avoiding emotion. This is particularly true with less socially acceptable and uncomfortable emotions such as sadness, anger and frustration. What is often overlooked, however, is that emotions are and always have been an essential component to our overall evolution and that expression allows for additional possibilities to emerge and, ultimately, growth to occur.

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