Art in Therapy

Art used in therapy involves creative methods to improve well-being. It is a process where people make art and grow from the experience. Activities may involve drawing, painting, sculpting, or experimenting with colours and shapes. We integrate art and creative activities within a Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT) framework.


Art in therapy can help people to:

  • relax and feel calm
  • express feelings that may be difficult to verbalise
  • use their skills and make gains in neurorehabilitation
  • enhance communication and cognitive abilities
  • improve motor skills and physical co-ordination
  • explore their imagination and creativity
  • build self-esteem and confidence
  • develop insight and healthy coping skills