During my master’s training in art therapy, I had many clients who were working in the art world. The therapeutic process they engaged in gave them new insights and new creative energy, and a strong influence on the way they were performed their art. The therapy also helped artist to discover new dimensions in their creativity.

Healing makes space for empowerment and creativity:

A writer is able to describe more realistic and plausible characters by working through painful past experiences.

A dancer makes a beautiful choreography inspired by her therapy process in relationships, her fear of bonding and rejection.

An artist is able to express more of himself by letting go of fear, while another starts exhibiting and selling her work.