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I am an artist and CranioSacral Therapist living and working in Cape Town South Africa.
The focus of my work is the visual studies of elements and treatment protocols in the “art” of CranioSacral Therapy. One of the elements that I have wished to explore is the question: “Is Therapy Art?” There has been much written and said about art as therapy but little as yet about therapy as art.
I have recently finished writting and illustrating a children's story book titled Jake & Tuffy about an Aids orphan. The e-book is available in Engish, Afrikaans, French and German from the www.jakeandtuffy.co.za website. The first 12 pages are viewable for free.
Marissa Wolheim, director and trainer of Hospice in the West Krugersdorp said this about the book:
The book encompasses many vital points such as care, compassion, reaching out, hope, the power of love, grief and bereavement, feelings associated with loss, reality issues, survival issues, encouragement to use NGOs in the community, the power and importance of support groups, honesty and the miracles in life ...
Ray Lacey RCST N Dip GA N Dip GD
Many children struggle with learning difficulties and can be disruptive in the classroom. This is not always
an indication of a lack of intelligence or laziness. Ironically these children often work harder and apply more
effort to their school work but struggle with things like auditory processing, retained cranial compressions
Posted on November 6, 2012 at 1:00am