Feel (Softcover)


In this book, E. Trent uses color, varying hue and value, to express the nature and intensity of emotion, as well as using images expressed through the mixed media of ink, paint and photography. Arielle’s  gifts with words and imagery provide a part for those who are less visual.  Their collaboration works beautifully to support the expression of specific emotions. They have created a kind of enhanced feeling chart for adults. Along with being an intriguing, powerful creation, this book can be a valuable tool for the clinician to use in guiding their adult clients through the “soup” of emotions. It can also be presented as a coffee table book for perusing in waiting rooms and private homes. In either venue, this book is sure to spark interest and insight and something I look forward to utilizing.

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