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This is my all time favorite mandala from a student in one of my play therapy classes. It is made from flowers. She gave the mandala photo to me and I keep it on my desk at work.

This is actually a representation of a cross made out of fresh flowers.

I always feel as if I am smelling the flowers when I look at it. It reminds me of Hawaii. I always de-stress when I look at this mandala photo.

I also will always remember this wonderful student when I look at the mandala picture. She was also an incredible photographer.

This outdoor mandala was completed by a student who truly understood what the mandala is all about. She really put her heart and soul into the mandala homework assignment.

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"Beyond Art Therapy" is the concept from Dr. Stangline that combines all creative fields in therapy. It is not the traditional "art therapy" but goes beyond to include sand tray therapy, play therapy, mindfulness, meditation, color therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, and a vast majority of other therapies.

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