Expressive Arts Therapy

Mental Health Ministry Forum:  January 12, 11:45 am in Loper Chapel

Expressive Arts Therapy (EAT) serves as a powerful bridge between the unconscious and conscious mind.  It can enhance a person’s emotional, spiritual, physical and mental well-being through its focus on “process” over traditional talk therapy, offering insight and healing for emotions and issues that may be blocked or inhibited. 

Join Lisa Marie Daugherty, Art Therapist, as we share in an experiential introduction to EAT therapy and its potential for personal transformation.

Image with quote: Art is a constant agent of transformation and is indeed the soul's drive to health.