Our first example comes from Jane MacKugler, CZT from Vermont. She and some other CZTs and tanglers got together with pen and
If we get some pictures of the final result (hint!) we'll post them here so you can see how it came out.
Our second example is from the Massachusetts Council on Compulsive Gambling. In this blog, Amanda Poggenburg talks about "Using 'Zentangles' in Recovery."
This fits nicely with the increasing amount of data that is coming in about the beneficial psychodynamics of using the Zentangle Method. "Psychodynamics" is a word we learned just yesterday from a nurse who called to tell us about how Zentangle positively affects the youth she works with who are diagnosed with various attention deficit related challenges.
We're happy to add these two examples to the amazing spectrum of uses for the Zentangle Method.
If you have other uses we might not have heard about, please let us know!
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