#0024 Beyond Our Comprehension The Painting – DIDs Therapy for Integration” – Using Art.
From the Psychiatric Annuals 2005 Authors: Carol Thayer Cox; Barry M. Cohen, 2005;35(8):695-69. The complex inner world of people with DID, visual art is inherently multileveled. Line, shape, color, and movement form symbols and structures that can embody a multitude of meanings simultaneously. Unlike verbal communication, art expression is nonlinear; vastly divergent material can coexist in pictures without regard to time or context.Read more