Creativity is one of the things that makes us human. Be it great art or simply what Dr. Ruth Richards refers to as “Everyday Creativity.” Creativity enriches and emboldens our lives physically, mentally and spiritually. While Expressive Arts Therapy is nothing new, it appears to be gathering more attention in the psychological/therapeutic community and beyond. The beauty is that you don’t have to be Picasso or Beethoven. Grab some finger paint, Play-Doh, or a kazoo and just let loose and have fun.

Click here to read more about it in this article/story on NPR.

— Dr. Karel James Bouse