Mindful Arts Therapy
What Is Mindful Arts Therapy?
Mindful Arts Therapy is a combination of the practices of mindfulness and arts therapy. Combined, these two therapies can benefit those looking for a calmer, more meaningful life. They enhance your well-being and help you heal from past traumas.
Also, these practices will help you reach a more thorough understanding of the issues you face and help you find a solution to the problems life throws at you. These might be anger issues, alcohol and drug abuse, career advancement and more.
One on one sessions offer you the opportunity to spend time being mindful and getting in touch with your emotions. In a calm, meditative state clients find they are more open to creative expressions. These can foster healing and a greater sense of self.
Mindful arts therapy sessions and activities are created with you in mind. They are designed to help you discover more about yourself and improve your mental well-being. Each client is an individual who needs a unique and personalised approach.
Sessions are held online. This means you can sit in the privacy of your home with no distractions. Importantly, all sessions are confidential and private.
What Things Does Mindful Arts Therapy Cover?
Mindful Arts Therapy covers many issues individuals encounter. It can help with some of the following, but to be honest, the list is endless:
- Building resilience in preteens
- Anxiety or stress
- Improving life skills
- Improving your career or business
- Traumatic experiences such as car accidents or acts of violence
- Eating disorders
- Compulsive disorders
- Substance abuse
- Coping with health issues such as cancer, dementia or loss of a limb
- Family relationships
- Couples therapy
- And more…
How Activities Might You Expect to do?
- Doodling and scribbling
- Finger painting
- Working with clay or plasticine
As a client of Mindful Arts Therapy, you will learn to identify areas in your life that need addressing through the expressive art process. This will help you analyse your emotional response to these issues and any resulting conflicts. As you develop a greater sense of self-awareness, so too will your ability to self-regulate increase. You will develop better empathy skills and improve your relationships. Why not give mindful arts therapy a go? Contact me for more details.