This miniature picture book, by Queensland author Gayle Crisp, presents a simple story about feelings of depression and anxiety. It is also a story about the gift of seeing ourselves and each other.
I See You explores the perception of being alone, and the illusion and reality of our fears, suggesting that there is hope and clarity to be found in the acceptance of the fears, anxieties or depressions that haunt us. Developed from Gayle Crisp's own self-explorations using collage art techniques, I See You is a resource both for those grappling with anxiety and depression, and for creative arts therapists seeking examples of creative work to use with their own clients.
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