Study shows art therapy helps children suffering from leukemia

A study in a university in Italy practised Art Therapy with 32 children with leukemia, aged between 2 and 14. It used methods such as clinical dialogue, visual imagination, structured and free drawing and dramatization. Results proved that creative therapy is an effective way of supporting children and their parents as well as preventing permanent trauma during painful treatmnet.

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Originally posted: March 15th, 2011


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