Art therapy is a form of psychotherapy that uses visual art media as its primary mode of communication. In a safe and non-judgmental environment, it serves as an outlet to deal with troubled feelings giving service users the opportunity to express and process emotions. The process helps individuals learn more about themselves and understand how they become the way they are today.
Creative media: Drawing/painting, collage, clay sculpture, craft, etc.
- Lowered stress and anxiety
- Improved self-esteem and coping skills
- Getting in touch with inner selves & improved self-awareness
- Develop new ways of thinking or feeling to improve overall well-being