From March 29, 2021 to April 30, 2021 - Paris, France - GALRY
Animal therapy, also called pet therapy or animal-assisted therapy, are various services using animals to help people with specific physical or mental health problems. In another way, Animal or pet therapy refers to the use of animals as a way to help people recover from some physical and mental health conditions.
Animals may be able to provide comfort. Alert others if someone is in danger. They can even perform direct actions to help a person’s condition when they are in need. It is a type of complementary or alternative therapy. It should enhance but not replace other treatments.
The goal of animal-assisted therapy is to alleviate or help people recover from some symptoms of various conditions where possible. This type of therapy can vary depending on what condition the person has, the type of animal, and what kind of therapy they provide.
It builds something called human-animal-bond, which describes the willingness of people to interact and relate with animals.
However, people have developed many ways to conduct this therapy. One of these ways is through art. Art therapy is a distinct discipline that incorporates creative methods of expression through visual art media.
Animal therapy Exhibition
The therapeutic power of art has existed since the dawn of time. Writings evoke the healing power of painting. Nowadays, Art therapy has developed and uses artistic creation for psychotherapeutic purposes and also for personal development. Art does good, and it’s proven. As for animals, it has also demonstrated their power on one’s health.
The street artist Mosko will prove you right on how animal therapy can contribute to healing people emotionally or mentally through his work. But how can this help and guide people through a healthier and happier path? Follow the exhibition which will run from 29th March to 30th April 2021 in GALRY Gallery France. Let art capture and heal one’s soul.
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Author: Lolita Rogers
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