A phenomenological art therapy approach explores human experience that leashed the clients' physical, sensory, communication, social-emotional and cognitive skills through creative visual art therapy activities. Narrowing down through fieldwork experience, that psychomotor domain, affective domain, and cognitive domain had provided improvement through creative arts. Creative arts applied in visual Art is a particular module that facilitates participant's cognitive, artistic skills and social interaction. Thereby, creativity using imagination and experience creates vibrant visuals through art therapy processes. Also, on the other hand, it has been proven that through data interpretation of coded behaviors, Art therapy activities develop pragmatic visuals that address improvement of behavior modification and cognitive ability. As associated with the previous pilot test conducted through Art therapy sessions, a comprehensive Creative Visual Art therapy module designed using CATATIAN & CATO (Rinashukor, 2015) syllabus catering improvement of the psychomotor domain (behavior), affective domain (Feelings), and cognitive domain (thinking) and particular deficits. CATATIAN & CATO, or the Creative Art Therapy Centre combined with the Creative art Therapy Model, enables the method, approach, and assessment for clients to help develop areas of social-emotional cognitive skills. Therefore, these phenomena study previously conveyed a cooperative improvement in the client's cognitive domain through this creative art therapy model.
CATO's (2015) theoretical framework of creative visual art therapy outcome generates the process's aim, assumptions, expectations, and beliefs. However, in line with phenomena influence in the New Normal Education system, this module will be further implemented into a digital environment learning system contributing to groups and surroundings. It occurs to raise their appreciation towards the new value of the medium and materials that projects function. Hence, this module applies technical, practical, and innovative online learning that concentrates on the clients' weekly progress through creative exploration. Cognitive skills development through grand conversion processes will be interpreted further using the Interpretivism, and Post-structural method align with the Digital norm.
Therefore, with improved cognitive skills, the client's social-emotional experience will improve their physical and affective domain.
On the other hand, this will help develop the understanding of the conversion process through the use of formal elements and principles of design that will contribute to the client's understanding. Meanwhile, this module enables clients to understand creative conversion practice through Art. Nevertheless, this experimental social research provides a revised Epistemic trust assessment approach that has been implemented aligned with the Online learning environment needs. Apart from that, an art therapy workbook and techniques are designed to cater to the client's personals guidelines. This module broadens a combination of Post- Structural method, approach, and assessment development skills to understand the knowledge of Post-modern Creative Art therapy, "Is there a there, there?" which facilitates surrounding and experiences meeting the New Normal education needs. In particular, this research experiments and diverges the quality of idea associations with the New hybrid method of cognitive functioning through Art will promote processual skillful concepts, natural or traditional skills, and self-knowledge experience.