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Vagarights offers art therapy services for PTSD and OCD

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Vagarights offers art therapy services for PTSD and OCD

October 04
23:03 2022
“A collective dedicated to improving mental health and fighting cognitive decline through art therapy bringing together artists and psychologists to foster research collaboration and the development of new art therapies.”

NEW YORK, USA – 4 OCTOBER, 2022 – Brian Johnson is delighted to announce that Vagarights now offers art therapy services for PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder) and OCD (Obsessive Compulsive Disorder).

Art therapy is a potent tool that can improve patient outcomes in several ways. The use of art therapy has been found helpful to people suffering from severe depression and anxiety, PTSD, ADD/ADHD, substance abuse disorders, and a range of other psychological issues.

The mission of Vagarights is to further the use of art in treating mental health and cognitive decline. They aim to promote research into the use of art as a treatment for mental health issues, cognitive decline, and behavioural problems and to help healthcare professionals apply that research in a practical, clinical setting.

More specifically, Vaga is a collective of artists, academics, students, psychologists, counsellors, and therapists dedicated to exploring how art can be used to combat mental health issues. The organization began as an artists’ collective designed to help independent artists protect the commercial rights to their work.

The work done by Vaga helps countless people overcome crippling mental health issues. Many find that thanks to the uniquely transformative power of art therapy, they can regain control over their lives and fulfil their potential without being held back by conditions such as anxiety, depression, paranoia, or substance abuse.

The organization links artists with mental health experts and psychiatric practitioners, allowing them to create art therapy programs tailored to their specific patient needs.

Vagarights allows for more collaborative work between psychologists, healthcare professionals, artists, and academics. This fosters a rich research environment to explore the relationship between cognition, emotions, and artistic creation.

About The Vaga Team

Their full-time team is made up of artists, academics, and psychologists. This allows them to communicate better with all parties involved in their research projects and therapeutic workshops. Below is a brief overview of some of their key people.

Brian Johnson is the current editor of Vagarights.com. He has managed Vaga publications for several years; he edited Vaga.org before it was merged with this site. He has overseen the publication of the members’ research papers in respected journals (covering everything from art history to psychology). Brian is a former psychologist, an art enthusiast, and a keen biohacker.

DW Zaidel is a highly respected academic in neuroscience and cognitive psychology. She has published several peer-reviewed papers on how art affects the brain on a physical and neurochemical level. She is a medical reviewer for Vaga, ensuring that their published articles and blog posts meet scientific accuracy. She also oversees the development of their art therapy sessions and ensures they meet the needs of the specific group of patients in question.

Media Contact
Company Name: VAGA
Contact Person: Brian Johnson
Email: Send Email
Phone: (212) 736-6666
Address:111 Broadway #1006
City: New York City
State: NY 10006
Country: United States
Website: https://www.vagarights.com/