Expressive Arts Therapist
Aisha Radwan is an Egyptian artist and an Expressive Arts Therapist.
Aisha is a Master degree researcher in MCs psychology one from the UK Liverpool University and another psychology master with the topic of Expressive Arts Therapy master degree from Helwan University.
She holds an Art Therapy Diploma and Art Therapy course Certified by (The British Art Therapy Association) focused on psychotherapy for individual and group sessions for all needs and backgrounds.
Worked as a college faculty in India teaching students Expressive Arts, worked as an Expressive Arts therapist in different places such as Berjeel Hospital in Abu Dhabi, UNICEF, Hermal Hospital, Nile Sanitarium, Dr Sandra Elsisi psychiatry clinic, and have been a part of the first wellness festival in Egypt RAABTA.
She holds individual and group Expressive Arts Therapy retreats and sessions since 2017.
Expressive Arts Therapy is a revolutionary approach to healing through the imagination.
It uses forms of creative expression such as art, music, and dance to help you explore and transform difficult emotions.
The focus of expressive arts therapy is on the therapeutic effect of the creative experience, and it highlights the human capacity to transform thoughts, emotions, and experiences into tangible shapes and forms.
It can involve gesture, movement, dance, clay, puppetry, creative writing, journaling, poetry, theatre, performing arts, sand tray, photography sound or music and visual arts.