Transpersonal art therapy is a form of psychotherapy that integrates the principles of transpersonal psychology with the expressive and creative aspects of art. Transpersonal psychology focuses on the spiritual and transcendent aspects of human experience, emphasizing personal growth, self-discovery, and the interconnectedness of mind, body, and spirit. In transpersonal art therapy, individuals use various artistic mediums, such as painting, drawing, sculpture, or other creative forms, to explore and express their inner experiences, spiritual dimensions, and the integration of their personal identity with a broader, transcendent awareness. This therapeutic approach recognizes the healing potential of creative expression and aims to facilitate self-discovery, personal transformation, and a deeper connection to one's inner self and the greater, spiritual aspects of life.
Kylie Giacomelli holds an accredited and government approved (NAT) Advanced Diploma in Transpersonal Art Therapy.
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