Creative Therapy (Expressive Therapy/ Creative Arts Therapy) is a group of techniques that are expressive and creative in nature; involves the use of creative arts. They include art therapy, sculpture, writing, poetry, sand play, clay and horticulture therapy, movement therapy, psychodrama, role play, and music therapy.
The approach: Expressive Therapy possesses elements of Humanistic, Psychodynamic and Attachment theory.
Focus on self-expression and personal growth.
Aim: to help individuals to express their feelings and emotions; to increase awareness, energy; to help clients find a form of expression beyond words or traditional therapy using appropriate modes of expression; to provide a medium for expression that bypasses words, thus helping the individual connect with emotions about various personal experiences; to help people develop appropriate coping skills; to provide the release of suppressed emotions and a regular basis for stress relief.
Creative Therapy helps people with experience of a sense of joy, connection, or accomplishment, improvement of coping skills, a greater sense of self-acceptance, and the resolution of internal conflict.
If you require help and advice Counselling and Psychotherapy may be provided via Skype and FaceTime in the comfort of your home, office or any place of your choice.