IMG_2721I know many of us think of our stitching as therapy, but Emma Parker of Stitch Therapy takes it to another level. The piece shown here involves stitching some therapeutic phrases on a child’s dress. I like the unfinished look of it, because, really therapy is always a work in progress. Head over to Stitch Therapy to learn more about Emma Parker and her work. She is currently raising funds for her first year’s study as an Art Psychotherapist so you can learn more about that as well.

By Connie Barwick




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