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  • Writer's pictureAnna Grace Du Noyer

Trauma Recovery through Creative Healing




Trauma can be a debilitating and overwhelming experience, leaving individuals feeling lost, disconnected and powerless. However, creativity can be a powerful tool in the healing process. At Fierce Futures CIC, we understand the importance of self-expression and self-discovery in the journey towards healing and empowerment. Through creativity, individuals can gain a sense of control, shift their focus from the past to the present and future, and learn to understand and accept themselves. In this blog, we will explore the various ways in which creativity can aid in healing from trauma and empower individuals to be their true selves.

  1. Expressing emotions through art can provide a healthy outlet for processing traumatic experiences.

  2. Creating something new can help shift focus from the past and onto the present and future.

  3. Using creativity as a tool for self-discovery can aid in understanding and accepting oneself.

  4. Sharing one's creations with others can foster a sense of community and belonging.

  5. Engaging in a creative process can provide a sense of accomplishment and boost self-esteem.

  6. Creativity can be used as a form of self-care and self-compassion.

  7. Exploring one's identity and values through art can lead to a deeper understanding of oneself and a stronger sense of self.

  8. Creativity can be empowering, giving individuals the opportunity to take control of their own healing journey.

  9. Art-making can be meditative, helping to calm the mind and reduce stress.

  10. Embracing and expressing one's unique perspective through creativity can lead to a greater sense of authenticity and self-acceptance.


At Fierce Futures CIC, we believe that creativity is a powerful tool for healing and self-expression. We offer a safe and supportive space for marginalised women to explore their emotions and experiences through art, with the goal of raising their aspirations and empowering them to be their true selves.


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