With respect to research methodology, the qualitative data focused on the meaning-making process of the arts and healing, and examples were provided of how art-based programs can contribute to wellness. J Pain Symptom Manage ; 31 2: The drawings were considered as both visual products of the women's knowledge about heart disease and processes of embodied knowledge production. Finally, the majority of the research was conducted within hospital rather than community settings. Sholt M, Tavron G. A Review of the Research and Literature.
Relative to the wellness education group, the tai chi group exhibited significant improvements in physical functioning and ambulation and borderline significant improvements in the Sickness Impact Profile body care and movement category.
The Connection Between Art, Healing, and Public Health: A Review of Current Literature
For example, artwork that engages with questions of identity might be great for teens, and highly experiential, abstract works can be a hit with very little ones. Finally, the majority of the research was conducted within hospital rather than community settings. Theories, therapies, and taxpayers: Second, it enhanced their self-worth and identity by providing them with opportunities to demonstrate continuity, challenge, and achievement. In her studies on correlations between drawing and mood regulation, Drake found that in the to year-old age range, children become critical of their drawings skills. Cochrane Database Syst Rev ; 4: Recommended for ages 13 —