Expressive Arts Therapy Session with Gunjan Adya

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Gunjan Adya is Expressive Arts Therapist and Founder of Tula Journey. Her life and career has shown her that all of us, at one point or another, come across the everlasting mysteries of who we are and what we really want from life. She feels that the need to change and look within is often the main reason for many sleepless nights and restless days for most of us. And it was this urgent need within her that was the inspiration for this journal. The workshop will have journaling and free expression of art.

Meaning and clarity regarding personal issues can be gained through the use of expressive arts. It is a type of therapy that can access deeper levels of thought and feeling at a more rapid pace than traditional talk-therapy. Of course, each client is unique, and some may prefer one type of therapy over another. For those who struggle with traditional talk-therapy, however, expressive arts can be a useful tool to move further on the path to health. As mentioned, no prior skill is required, and each client’s personal journey is acknowledged as unique and given space to breathe.

Using art expressively means going into our inner realms to discover feelings and to express them through visual art, movement, sound, writing, or drama, without concern about the beauty of art, the grammar and style of the writing, or the harmonic flow of the sounds.[1] – Judith Aron Rubin

Each of the modalities utilised in expressive arts therapy are unique. Different approaches use a different process, and the therapist will decide which modality will yield the best result. Dance or drama, for example, may be overwhelming for someone new to therapy. These approaches may require a longer therapist-client relationship that has already found trust and secure attachment. Journaling, on the other hand, may be less intense and therefore more accessible for a new client.

Attuned therapists discern the most appropriate form of expression based on their understanding of the client, their sensitivity, level of distress tolerance, and their general readiness. Throughout the therapeutic process, different modalities may be employed.

A wide range of mental, emotional, and behavioural health issues, conditions, and concerns can be approached with expressive arts therapy. Common issues benefited from expressive arts therapy include:

  • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
  • Eating disorders
  • Chronic stress
  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
  • Autism

As mentioned earlier, Expressive Arts Therapy is integrative. It incorporates any or all of the above modalities to improve the therapist-client relationship, explore issues outside of traditional talk-therapy, improve therapeutic outcomes, ultimately promoting healing and development in the client.

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Expressive Arts Therapy Class


Quorum, Gurgaon


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