The thrill is still growing as March is near by, when the wheels will start turning. Before that, I still have a whole lot of logistics and formalities to do, but I remain optimistic! :)
I am pleased to inform you that I finally succeeded to create a special page about the project on my website and a blog, where you will read about the progress of the project. There you will find a few words about phototherapy, the project and how you can help too!
And there you'll even find a harsh truth about the co-financing projects through tenders and grants, and the reasons why I decided for the path of donating...
I will be delighted if you will support the project; if not otherwise, at least with a special 'button' and link to the site to spread the word about the project. Thank you for your effort, time and support!
These days, I have lots of books all around the place. This is currently my best friend ;) :
But still I don't have all the books I need. The story of books is an interesting one as well:
some books are held by certain professors, even though they supposed to be 'public'. It is a miracle if you are able to get access to those books, even if it just for the insight (um, from which money the universities bought the books??). Another fact is that it is necessary to sign in to the library (it is not free), even if you just want to borrow a book for a couple of hours and are willing to leave a personal document there to make it 'official'...
So, if you happen to know someone who has these books and are willing to help me with some info, I would be really thankful!
- Noah Hass-Cohen: Art therapy and clinical neurosience
- and something from David Mclagan who talks about aesthetics in art therapy. I'm not sure which article/book talks about that:
- Between the aesthetic and the psychological
- The aesthetic dimension of art therapy...
- Psychological Aesthetics (book)
(It's amazing how much time I have spent on discussing about things that should be publicly available...)
Thanks to your support I have enough energy to overcome all the obstacles on the way and keep on going. :)
Let me now thank for another donation. I've got it from Vladka. Not only that, she sent a contribution for the project, she surprised me with her beautiful hand-made card, full of symbolism and good wishes :)! Look how beautiful it is!
And such gestures are the most wonderful companions on the steep roads, particularly when we are faced with the obstacles. Thanks, Vladka!
Thank you everyone who will spread the word about the project, and who will in any way contribute to the joy of the hearts of children!
All the best!