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Expressive Therapy and Art Therapy

Supporting young people and adults through creative expression.

Who is it for?

Expressive Therapy and Art Therapy uses creative mediums to support young people and adults using creative and visual arts to help with emotional processing, emotional expression and meaning making. This type of therapy is often uses with non-verbal or low verbal clients.

What can it help with?

Expressive Therapy and Art Therapy are effective at helping clients manage mental health concerns such as anxiety, depression, trauma, and grief. Clients can creatively and safely explore vulnerable content, guided by our expert therapists, in order to process and express difficult content and emotions.

Why AkindaCo?

Our Art Therapists and Expressive Therapists have decades of experience in providing a creative and collaborative experience of therapy with people from all walks of life. All of our Therapy spaces have high quality creative arts materials that can be utilised throughout the therapy process.

Book your Initial Appointment now.

You will be directed to our booking site Halaxy.

Alternatively, call us on 08 7081 5886 or email us at
Please see our Fee List  and our Terms and Conditions of Service.

Expressive therapy is a form of therapy that uses various creative mediums, such as art, dance, drama, and music to help individuals explore and express their feelings. Art therapy is a type of expressive therapy that uses the visual arts, such as painting, drawing, and sculpting, to facilitate self-expression and emotional healing.


Art therapists may use various techniques and materials, including paint, clay, and collage, to help clients express and explore their emotions. Art therapy can be used to address a wide range of mental health concerns, including anxiety, depression, trauma, and grief.

Art Therapy and Expressive Therapy are suitable for anyone interested in utilising creative strategies to express emotions, tell stories and make meaning and explore new solutions. These modalities can be especially useful for non-verbal, low-verbal speaking people, or anyone that doesn't want to talk or verbally express for any reason.

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