This allows service users to act out real or imaginary scenarios, using the body to express feelings and emotions through silhouette and shadow imagery.
Diverse music is used to influence and motivate the flow of movement. Juggling balls are used to promote dexterity and coordination skills along with design costumes and props to transform ideas.
For some people, art therapy can provide a more profound and long lasting change than more standard forms of treatment for associated health problems. It can address the many potential challenges that face people living with a diagnosis of epilepsy.
Our art therapy courses are run by a qualified art therapist who offers individual and group sessions. Get in touch with us through our online form: