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Maria Scaros-Mercado shows a mask made by a woman in her domestic violence support group. The reflection at left represents what the victim shows the world, while the inside of the mask, right, represents what the victim is really going through. Photographed at the Women's Center of Greater Danbury on Thursday, May 3, 2012. Scaros-Mercado is a drama therapist and licensed creative arts therapist. Photo: Jason Rearick / The News-Times

Creative arts and support offer chance to break the silence

Maria Scaros-Mercado shows a mask made by a woman in her domestic violence support group. The reflection at left represents what the victim shows the world, while the inside of the mask, right, represents what the victim is really going through. Photographed at the Women's Center of Greater Danbury on Thursday, May 3, 2012. Scaros-Mercado is a drama therapist and licensed creative arts therapist. Photo: Jason Rearick / The News-Times

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Group Art Therapy Interventions & Strategies: Working with Children Exposed to Domestic Violence

Variant - safe box for stressfull times - Group Art Therapy Interventions & Strategies: Working with Children Exposed to Domestic Violence

My Coping Toolbox! Filled with coping objects, items, photos, etc. for self care when ED behaviors strike.

A Coping Toolbox filled with coping objects, items, photos, etc. for self care. This is a great idea for patients who need some coping skills. You can have them participate and make the toolbox together.

Creative arts and support offer chance to break the silence: Group co-facilitator and creative arts therapist Maria Scaros-Mercado offers women the chance to explore their stories through art, music and motion, so they no longer feel alone.

Creative arts and support offer chance to break the silence

Creative arts and support offer chance to break the silence: Group co-facilitator and creative arts therapist Maria Scaros-Mercado offers women the chance to explore their stories through art, music and motion, so they no longer feel alone.

A mask made by a woman in a domestic violence support group shows, in the reflection at left, what the victim shows the world. The inside of the mask, right, represents what the victim is really going through. Photographed at the Women's Center of Greater Danbury on Thursday, May 3, 2012. Photo: Jason Rearick / The News-Times

Creative arts and support offer chance to break the silence

A mask made by a woman in a domestic violence support group shows, in the reflection at left, what the victim shows the world. The inside of the mask, right, represents what the victim is really going through. Great idea for my support group

The Suitcase Project Exhibit. Women in InterAct's Domestic Violence Education Support Groups who have created visual art displays, depicting the “baggage” victims take with them when they flee abusive relationships.

The Suitcase Project Exhibit. Women in InterAct's Domestic Violence Education Support Groups who have created visual art displays, depicting the “baggage” victims take with them when they flee abusive relationships.

I CAN WE CAN Toolkit : A Window Between Worlds developed the I CAN WE CAN project where everyone can lend their hand, literally, to help end abuse. Create art on your hands as a symbol of solidarity, a commitment that you will do what you can to help end domestic violence and sexual assault.

I Can We Can from A Window Between Worlds on trauma-informed therapy

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