Art Therapy Queries

What is 7 + 7?
You must be at least 18 years old to engage in online Art Therapy
What led to your decision to search the internet for help? Tell me what's going on in as much detail as necessary. Tell me about any medical problems you have or have had - chronic illnesses, traumatic injuries, head injuries, major surgeries, chronic pain. If none, write "none." Tell me about any previous psychiatric hospitalizations (when, where, why), any previous or current mental health counseling, any previous or current psychiatric medications you have taken (when, what, and any benefits or side effects), and any previous or current diagnoses you been given. If none, write "none." If you are experiencing "suicidal thoughts," "homicidal thoughts," "self-cutting/self-harming behaviors," or "bizarre or unusual behaviors," please explain in more detail. Tell me about your history of using alcohol and drugs, including cigarettes and any abuse of medications. For example, tell me when you started using alcohol, when it became a problem (if it did), and your current use in the past year and past week. The same for any other drugs - marijuana, cocaine, crack, heroin, etc.. If you have no history, then write "none."
You may need to discuss Art Therapy with your registered Health Professional first, or register with one
Some positive benefits to online art therapy: You can consult me from anywhere in the world. No problems with parking or looking for transport. No one will ever know you’ve consulted a therapist online. You can receive art therapy from the comfort and safety of your own home or work place. You may find it easier to talk online about some problems you find embarrassing. More flexible appointments, including weekends and late evenings. Physical disability is no longer a problem. No need to sit in a waiting room before the appointment. Online therapy services can help people in rural or remote areas. Accessible even when you're working long hours or unusual shifts.**Some positive benefits to face-to-face art therapy: You will have personal contact with your therapist. You won’t be disturbed in your session. Your therapist may be able to assist you better with your artwork. It may feel more real to you. The whole therapy space can be used. You will have all the right art materials and won’t have to purchase them yourself. The creative but calm atmosphere in the therapy space can enhance the therapeutic process. You won't spend time and money on travelling to the practice.