Art Psychotherapy is a form of treatment that uses creative modalities, including art making, drama, and movement to improve and enhance physical, mental and emotional well-being.
Art Psychotherapy is a form of psychotherapy which embraces a variety of theoretical frameworks. It differs from traditional art making or performance in that the emphasis is on the process of creating, rather than on the end product. A registered Art Psychotherapist has completed a two year masters level programme and focuses on developing a therapeutic relationship, with clear boundaries and goals.
Art Psychotherapy can be practiced with individuals as well as groups.