Expressive arts therapy has emerged over the last few decades as an innovative approach towards health in our contemporary society. Expressive arts therapy uses a range of creative media including dance, visual art, music, performance, and creative writing to encourage self-exploration and personal growth.
Adriana Marchione is trained in the Life/Art Process, a method developed at the Tamalpa Institute by Anna Halprin and Daria Halprin. The Life/Art Process is a movement-based approach that serves as a vibrant method for establishing health and well-being in individuals, groups and communities. Adriana is registered as an Expressive Arts Therapist through the International Expressive Arts Therapy Association.