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CINEMA THERAPY WORKSHEETS: VERSION 2
On this page, we will provide you with a Cinema Therapy Worksheet which will help you to understand cinema therapy.
What is a Cinema Therapy Worksheet?
Cinematherapy is a form of expressive therapy in which you are supposed to watch a movie under the supervision of a therapist and be asked to be as expressive as possible by using different tools of creativity. By watching the movie, the plot, and the issues you will be able to solve the issues at hand. For cinema therapy to be effective you need to identify and know the problem that you want to resolve. The viewing of thematic elements such as music, conversation, lighting, and visuals can elicit strong emotions in viewers, allowing for personal introspection as well as new perspectives on current events. This worksheet will help you learn different forms of cinema therapy.
How a Cinema Therapy Worksheet will help?
It will help you understand how cinema therapy works. It will allow you to choose the right type of cinema therapy for yourself if you are thinking of seeking cinema therapy.
Instructions on how to use Cinema Therapy Worksheet
Therapists may utilize metaphor, symbolism, and imagery to help people in treatment explore their thoughts and feelings and address problem areas.
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