Art Therapy is a form of psychotherapy that uses visual art media as its primary method of communication. Sometimes it can be challenging to talk directly about complex and difficult feelings. Art therapy allows people to express and explore said feelings through the art-making process, particularly emotions that may be confusing and indescribable.
People of all ages (young children, adults, and elders) may benefit from art therapy, as it is suitable for various issues, disabilities, or diagnoses. This includes emotional or mental health problems, learning or physical disabilities, complex health conditions or life-limiting conditions, brain- injury or neurological conditions, and physical illnesses.
A person does not need to have any previous experience or expertise in art, as art therapy is not a recreational activity or an art lesson. This is because art therapy is about the process of exploring emotions and not necessarily the final product.
If you are interested in having Art Therapy, please contact us below.