08/09/19 • 37 min
In this episode, we speak to Nitasha Sarangi, who is an experienced graphic designer and an Art Therapy researcher.
Nitasha talks about what sparked her interest in Art Therapy and how art can empower people to deal with issues like stress, grief, personal tragedy and more.
She talks about the variety of art activities like drawing, pottery, music and movement that she uses in her workshops. She also elaborates on the science of Art Therapy and why it works.
She also enlightens us on how she points her clients to clinical therapy where that may be more beneficial.
We discuss the importance of teaching art as a core subject in school education.
She shares how conducting Art Therapy workshops has made her a more empathetic designer.
She shares her views about making art accessible and how natural it is to us as human beings.
Nitasha’s Art Babblers initiative:
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