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Art Therapy Can Be Valuable in Healing from Emotional Trauma



Emotional trauma occurs as the result of life events or experiences, which leave us feeling deeply unsafe and, at times, helpless. When bad things happen, it can take a great deal of time to overcome the pain and feel safe again. Emotional and psychological trauma are caused, more often than not, by extraordinary events such a car accident. When you think about personal injury, you don’t necessarily take into account the emotional trauma that accompanies it. It can take longer to heal as compared to a broken bone. Forget about the popular clich “Time heals all wounds”.

Emotional trauma can develop after accidents, particularly violent ones. While not everyone requires professional medical treatment, some people experience severe emotional trauma, which can lead to symptoms that affect all aspects of life, including panic attacks, loneliness, uneasiness, embarrassment, chronic fatigue, and loss of appetite. If you’ve never been through a stressful event or series of event, you can’t possibly imagine what it’s like. The good news is that you can help yourself get through it. Art therapy can help deal with strong emotions, so you can deal with your feelings artistically.

Can You Sue Over Emotional Trauma?

As a victim, you’re able to pursue compensation for mental health damages in a personal injury claim if your mental anguish is due to another person’s actions. You can sue under the legal theory of emotional distress. You must file a lawsuit within a certain period of time. In this respect, it’s recommended to reach out to a personal injury lawyer. A local legal professional can better judge the value of your case and the likelihood of success. Therefore, if you’re from, say, Daytona Beach, Florida, the smartest thing you can do is to look into Daytona Beach personal injury lawyers. You may be able to sue for intentional or negligent infliction for emotional distress, without having to prove a physical injury.

Filing a personal injury lawsuit isn’t always a straightforward case. It’s necessary to have proof. Although things might become more complicated, it’s still possible to succeed. Besides emotional trauma, you can experience weight gain/loss, appetite changes, fatigue, and more. Emotional trauma is a type of non-economic damage, which translates into the fact that there’s no exact way to quantity a victim’s suffering. If you’re able to prove compensation, you’re able to recover compensation as the result of the losses you’ve suffered because of the accident. you’ll receive compensation for pain and suffering, inconvenience, loss of society and companionship, and loss of enjoyment of life.

Let’s Understand What Art Therapy Is Really About

The use of artistic methods to improve mental and emotional well-being is referred to as art therapy. Art makes it possible to meditate about psychological shortcomings and assume anxieties about imperfection. You don’t need to be a talented artist to reap its benefits. Art therapy encompasses creative methods of expression by means of visual art. As a profession, it evolved in the sphere of art and psychotherapy. Since the dawn of time, people have been relying on arts for communication, self-expression, and healing. It makes sense that it’s used in modern therapy.

The idea behind art therapy is that healing and life enhancement can be done through non-verbal communication of thoughts and feelings. Emotional trauma is stored in the unconscious pre-verbal forms of sensory, kinesthetic, and imaginal cognitions. It’s, therefore, necessary, to develop a therapeutic relationship. Releasing the unconscious is synonymous with spontaneous art expression. The images produced represent a form of communication between the patient and therapist. At times, art creating is truly creative or full of lively meaning. Everything is focused on visual arts – that is, painting, drawing, sculpting. It doesn’t typically include other forms of expression, such as music, drama, or dance.

How Does Art Therapy Help, exactly?

Creating Art Helps Acknowledge and Recognize Feelings

Generally speaking, emotions are difficult to express, so many individuals are left feeling that they’re stuck. Creating works of art is helpful in terms of acknowledging and recognizing feelings. You can play, experiment, use metaphors to represent sadness or anger, and explore alternative narratives. You simply draw or paint what you’re feeling. There’s no need to worry about the end result because it’s the exercise that matters. You can get focused on doing, making, thinking, and losing awareness of what’s going on. Sometimes, art therapy is carried out in a group setting, so people are able to reach out to one another and discuss common connections.

Art Improves Your Sense of Accomplishment

Art improves self-esteem. More exactly, it gives you a certain feeling of accomplishment. Art therapists have experience in teaching people how to draw and paint, meaning that the process of learning won’t be frustrating. Similar to other tools, art has the ability to extend our capacities beyond those originally endowed. Taking a couple of art classes improves your ability to cope with stressful situations, such as constant criticism. It feels good when you finalize a project. After spending hours at an end crafting a piece of art, you feel as if you’ve achieved something great.

If You Embrace Art, You Can Let Go of Fears

Holding onto fears can be a conscious decision, like letting go and moving forward. If you’re struggling to move forward from a painful experience, you should embrace art. Art provides a unique outlet for expression, so you can proceed to express feelings or emotions in paint or stone. You should stop fighting with yourself and pushing against reality. To heal, you must let go of the fear. If you refuse to deal with your emotional damage, it will eventually wear you down. When it becomes too much, it can impact your quality of life.

To sum up, art therapy has been shown to be effective in people of all ages during a wide spectrum of illnesses and conditions. Take the time to think about what you want to achieve and give yourself the opportunity to clarify what’s most important. Art therapy only works if you do. When you’re ready, select a therapist.










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