Towers Counselling

Fabric Therapy

Fabric Therapy

Fabric therapy is an expressive therapy and a unique approach offered by Towers Counselling. It is similar to art therapy in that fabric can be used in different ways to express emotions and support positive foundations. Fabric can be drawn on, painted and different patterns cut and pasted. Wall hangings, pot covers, mobiles, or anything else can be made as a means of expression, and usually with children.

Children often start talking once they are engaged in doing something else. The end goal of fabric therapy is to understand their concerns, especially if talking about it is difficult, and to offer them support in processing uncomfortable emotions. For example, a victim of bullying may like to make an item which reminds them of their strengths and support networks.

All resources are provided, and if making a pot cover, includes a succulent plant.

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