Prevention of suicidal behaviour of сhildren on the basis of art-pedagogical activity

Alyia Kudaibergenova, Gulmira Amankyzy Kassen, Anar Mukasheva, Bakyt Arynova

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The content of art and educational activities in the prevention of abnormal domains in society are identified by the authors on the basis of survey results after piloting the art- pedagogical session. By analyzing the questionnaire data the authors argue that the establishment of creativity contributes to promotion of individual in society, the development of all the senses, memory, perception, will, imagination, intuition, and stress relief, increase of emotional tone, confidence, and positive attitude. Thus, the potential of art-pedagogy and art-therapy in the context of the prevention of suicidal behavior and related domains is large enough that the application of appropriate techniques in mass primary education and upbringing largely predetermines the solution of the problem of early prevention of suicidal tendencies of young people.


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