« i found i could say things with color and shapes that i couldn't say any other way. - things i had no words for. » ~ georgia o'keeffe
great is the diversity of theoretical and practical models united under the term 'art therapy'.
caroline maby's approach finds strong support on jungian analytical current and symbolism, both considered from a humanistic perspective.
a certified art therapist and an accredited member of the french syndicate of art-therapists (nr: acc131015), caroline maby opens her studio to individual consultations, by appointment only.
art holds the power to transform our life in depth.
' when words turn out to be in vain, we use images and symbols to tell our story. putting the creative process in motion through artistic practice provides access to the path to health and well-being, emotional healing, regaining the self and ultimately, transformation.''
in order to improve or stabilize the physical state, mental health and emotional well-being of a person, art therapy offers the opportunity to express oneself through the use of artistic mediation: drawing, painting, sculpture, writing…
by allowing access to the unconscious through drawing (or other artistic mediation), art therapy considers the process of creation as an outpouring of the psyche. to create is a unique opportunity to venture on the side of the imagination, in an authentic and spontaneous way.
"la chevelure" - interprétation
[henri matisse, 1952].