Art Therapy for Addiction

Promote healing through art

  • Develop your creativity
  • Discover a productive hobby
  • Achieve personal breakthroughs
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Modern changed my life. I came in completely broken, now I can smile and laugh again. I am leaving here a new woman, with the tools and skills I need to resist my addiction. quote-icon

What is Art Therapy?

According toThe American Art Therapy Association (AATA), art therapy is defined as, “an integrative mental health and human services profession that enriches the lives of individuals, families, and communities through active art-making, creative process, applied psychological theory, and human experience within a psychotherapeutic relationship.”

Art therapy has the ability to engage the body, mind and spirit in ways that are different from talk therapy alone. Visual expression has a way of empowering clients to see real and lasting changes in their lives. Art therapy should always be facilitated by a professional art therapist.

Benefits of Art Therapy

Promotes Visual Communication

People in recovery can use their creative “voice” to work through thoughts and emotions without words.

Facilitate Personal Breakthroughs

Art therapy can helps to build trust in therapists and allows for emotional healing without deep conversation.

Helps with Relapse Prevention

Creative expression can be used to work through triggers and temptations to avoid patterns of relapse.

Builds Self-Confidence

People are often surprised that they are able to create. The feeling of accomplishment builds confidence and pride.

Contributes to Self-Reflection

Art therapy can help people rediscover themselves, creating a new story by relating to the world through their creations.

Interested in Art Therapy? Your insurance may cover 100% of treatment costs!

Other benefits of art therapy

There are many more benefits to art therapy. It provides people with a break from talk therapy while teaching important life skills as well. People also find they:

  • See improvement in their sensorimotor and cognitive functions.
  • Have better self-esteem.
  • Increase their self-awareness.
  • Are more emotionally resilient.
  • Have better insight into their problems.
  • Have improved social skills.
  • Are better equipped to reduce and resolve conflicts.
  • Manage their stress levels more efficiently.

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