Author: Dildora Tulyaganova – Researcher/applicant Tashkent State Pedagogical University named after Nizami, consultant of «Info Capital Group». In 1992, she graduated from the Tashkent State Pedagogical Institute. Nizami. Faculty of Defectology with specialty of pathologist. Tulyaganova D. conducts research on inclusive education. She is the author of over 20 publications and manuals.

Nowadays art therapy as an innovative technology in education is characterized by a set of theoretical, practical ideas on the possibilities of using the variety of social relationships, psychological and pedagogical phenomena, the ability to integrate and transform. Currently, this method is widely used in special medical and psychosocial centers, in special (correctional) kinder gardens and schools.

Movement disorders in children with cerebral palsy negatively affect the entire course of their mental development. All of these features determine the need for a combination of art therapy with the activities aimed at the overall development of the child and preventing his secondary emotional and behavioral abnormalities. Art therapy allows for balancing the physical, psychological and emotional state of the child.

There are several decisions made in conclusion:

– Unconventional methods to stimulate positive motivation in children;

– Art therapy develops sensory-perceptual activity of the child, speech, attention, thinking and imagination;

– Contributes to the level of development of hand-eye coordination.

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