… in an article in the Modesto Bee (Modesto, California), today. Here’s a quote from the article:
“It’s hard to find a woman who has a really good sense of herself and her body and the many parts of herself,” said Hunter. “The culture wants us to believe most of our definition comes from how we look on the outside.” Hunter said the exercises in her book help women go beneath the skin and look at themselves as a whole person.
Margaret R. Hunter is an Art Therapist, as well as a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. She provides psychological counseling services at California State University, working extensively with body image concerns among the student population. Click this link to find out more about her new book, Reflections on Body Image in Art Therapy.