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Reaching people when nothing else works - Wellness in China
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Reaching people when nothing else works

Japanese art therapist Miki Goerdt believes that for some people, art therapy is the only kind of therapy that works.
Art therapy's three-layered-cake approach - Wellness in China
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Art therapy's three-layered-cake approach

When Miki Goerdt first came cross the phrase "art therapy," she was in high school back home in Japan.
Healing power of art therapy on display at mental health center's new gallery - Wellness in China
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Healing power of art therapy on display at mental health center's new gallery

A special art facility called "No. 600 Gallery" opens its doors to the public in Shanghai Mental Health Center with its first exhibition "Art Brut: Lines, Colors, Stories."
What links humans, nature and technology? - Wellness in China
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What links humans, nature and technology?

In many of artist Liu Chang's digital art projects, she use technology to remind people about the beauty, love and moment in life that we have and ignore in the digital world.
Examining human bonds with high-tech art - Wellness in China
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Examining human bonds with high-tech art

Artist Liu Chang feels "obsessed and excited" when she uses data, algorithms, coding and other digital tools to make her artworks and projects.
Finding inspiration in things small and public - Wellness in China
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Finding inspiration in things small and public

A 2013 Japanese Ukiyoe exhibition at the British Museum sparked artist Liu Yi's interest in small-scale paintings.
A therapeutic tonic to overcome disabilities - Wellness in China
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A therapeutic tonic to overcome disabilities

For artist Liu Yi, art was his magic pill in those bed-ridden teenage years.
Body shaming exhibit hits home for curator - Wellness in China
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Body shaming exhibit hits home for curator

"The world and aesthetics is diverse. Bodies come in all different shapes and sizes and they are not the only thing that matters."
Meet Sammy, the parrot Zoom art therapist - Wellness in China
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Meet Sammy, the parrot Zoom art therapist

Dr Erin Partridge keeps her art therapy class and workshops going through web cameras due to the COVID-19 pandemic along with her special helper: Sammy the parrot.
In therapy, a simple doodle can be the key - Wellness in China
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In therapy, a simple doodle can be the key

Dr Erin Partridge is an artist and board-certificated art therapist based in America. 
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