Discover how art and creative expression is good for your wellbeing

Have you ever experienced any of the following?

  • Anxiety
  • Stress
  • Low self-esteem
  • Relational problems
  • Loss
  • Other issues that affect your sense of wellbeing

When you face challenges in life it’s useful to have a wide toolbox to help you. Art and creative expression provide an easy-to-use set of tools to explore issues. And you may even have fun using them, which in itself can help you overcome adversity.

How can Art and Creative Expression help you?

  • Art is the agent of change as it allows you to look within and observe
  • Making Art in the company of others is a powerful experience
  • Art making is a way of classifying your feelings and values

Who Should Attend?

There is no need to have any previous experience of using the arts to attend but a curiosity to explore and a willingness to try something new is welcomed.

What Will We Cover?

We will discuss the power of art and creative expression and how it helps us to get to know ourselves. We will do ‘a taster’ of one/ two short exercises where you will be invited to engage in an activity, draw/ write and share your experience. You will learn how creative expression can help to heal anxiety, stress, low self- esteem, relational problems, loss and many more issues.

What Can You Take Away from The Evening?

Increased awareness by using the arts, that can lead to the potential to change.

Important information:

Sign In: 18:30
Seminar: 19:00-21:00
Socialising: 21:00-22:00
Snacks and drinks are provided.

Your Guide - Angela Haren MA HCPC

Angela is an art psychotherapist who believes in the value of art in helping us to express what words fail to do. She completed a masters in London at the Institute of Art Psychotherapy and Education (IATE) and has been accredited by Health Care Professional Council (HCPC) UK.

Angela has an undergraduate qualification working with children and adolescents using the arts with British Association of Art Therapy (BACP). She is also a member of the British Association of Art Therapy (BACP)

Angela has her own practice working in Brussels with children, adolescents and adults. She has experience working with individuals and groups promoting personal growth through good mental health practice.


50% Complete

Almost there...

Fill in your details below and then check your inbox to complete the process.