New Book Paints a Picture of Healing

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Author Norma Lee details success of art and analytical therapy

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As I’ve learned from personal explorations in conjunction with art therapy, the pictures and questions they raise lead to a deeper self-examination.

Made famous by the psychiatrist, Carl Jung, analytical psychology and art therapy has opened the door to self-expression and healing for thousands of mentally and emotionally conflicted people.

Jung developed the process that combined psychology theories and therapy, which helped patients express their unconscious feelings through expressive creativity, thus becoming known as the Jung art therapy method.

With a Masters in Communication Disorders, Norma Lee compiled her success from a similar healing process into her latest multi-page, demonstrative guidebook to self-reflection, “Transitions in Healing” (published by Balboa Press).

“As I’ve learned from personal explorations in conjunction with art therapy, the pictures and questions they raise lead to a deeper self-examination,” Lee says. “The book serves as a support to relieve the feelings of isolation and to view healing as a universal process.”

Lee reveals the power of personal art as therapy in her book, through her archetypal images and the explanation of symbolism found in the illustrations.

“Transitions in Healing”
By Norma Lee
e-Book: $9.99
Paperback: $23.95
ISBN: 978-1-45254-878-4
Available at: balboapress.com, amazon.com and barnesandnoble.com

About the author:
Norma Lee has an M.A. in Communication Disorders from Western Kentucky University and now lives in Indianapolis. The inspiration for her book emerged during a period of transpersonal psychotherapy during the late 1990s.

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