Creative Expressive Model

The approach that underpins my work is the ‘Creative Expressive Model’. The focus is on what individuals can do rather than what they can’t. It is a nurturing and person-centred way of facilitating personal development. This is done through a variety of tools, utilising art, drama, movement & music. Examples include, using music as a tool to manage stress with adults with autism and using role-play as an educational tool to improve interaction with others.