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Artist Lonni Sue Johnson with the exhibition of her work "Puzzles of the Brain" at Morven Museum & Garden

It turns out that the frightening conditions of Alzheimer’s disease — which causes short and long-term memory loss — and frontotemporal disorders (FTD) — which is responsible for loss of language and speech — often have a creative silver lining. While some skills in the brain diminish, other new, expression-related skills are unlocked as the brain reroutes functions to compensate.

effects of art on brain from my favorite art organization, ArtPrize® #art #arttherapy relevant.

Music has a remarkable ability to affect and manipulate how we feel. Simply listening to songs we like stimulates the brain’s reward system, creating feelings of pleasure and comfort. But music goes beyond our hearts to our minds, shaping how we think. Scientific evidence suggests that even a little music training when we’re young can shape how brains develop, improving the ability to differentiate sounds and speech.

Foundation for Hospital Art : Barbara Banta has traveled the world installing hospital art: Studies show a direct link between the content of images and the brain’s reaction to pain, stress and anxiety; and researchers are learning more about the precise ways paintings and other works of art help patients and families in the healing process.

memory (according to Alan Baddeley) Repinned by SOS Inc. Resources. Follow all our boards at pinterest.com/... for therapy resources.

Why is developmental trauma different than adult psychological trauma: Allen Schore talks about attachment and brain development.