In Interactive Drawing therapy you and the counsellor communicate not only though talk but through putting words, images and behaviours/feelings on the page. During the work the page becomes potent and the primary therapeutic relationship becomes between the client and the page. When it is difficult to talk about feelings, colours, lines, shapes and images can help develop better emotional literacy.
Interactive drawing therapy gives time for the body to recover and integrate after emotional experiences. It allows for the unconscious to complete its expression from within via colours, lines and images.
This gentle guided process of self-discovery gives you greater self-awareness and clarity. It supports the healing of traumas from the past, clarification of current issues, and identification of future directions.