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Finding Inspiration in Every Turn


Art psychotherapy/ art therapy is a clinical mental health practice applying creative interventions using art materials, combined with psychotherapy to reflect upon inner conflicts within a therapeutic relationship. You do not have to be good at art to benefit.

Art therapy can help with:

  • Developing self-awareness and personal insight

  • Anxiety

  • Trauma

  • Bereavement

  • Improving sense of self and self-identity

  • Encouraging self-expression

  • Improving confidence and self-esteem

  • Resolving inner conflicts

  • Assisting with gaining a sense of control over difficult emotions and life situations.

  • Aiding emotional regulation

  • Improving and maintaining healthy psychosocial functioning

  • Promoting resilience and improving coping skills

  • Supporting neuropsychological growth

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