Suicide is such a mystery. Sometimes there are signs, other times there aren’t. No matter how hard we try, we can not save another person. The bottom line is they must want and know how to save themselves.
The unfortunate thing is that most people don’t know how to ask for that help – don’t feel comfortable asking for it. Instead they act out, running from the pain, in the end making it only worse because usually that acting out has negative consequences.
Did you know that art can be therapeutic? This comes to no surprise to museum goers, who have a visual and emotional experience when viewing art. Aware of the importance of art, color and design on people’s health and well being, who are at the forefront are an amazing group of “Art Therapists.”
With the rising health care costs and overworked medical staff, there’s is greater demand, to fill the void between medical professionals and patients. With the increased acceptance of complementary medicine Art Therapists are filling the void.