Art for Wellbeing
Non-Accredited • Non-Accredited
About the course
Express yourself through therapeutic arts and crafts in a social, safe and supportive environment. Our instructors will guide you through a range of activities to reduce stress, anxiety and depression while improving confidence, creativity and problem-solving skills.
Art for Wellbeing is a creative journey to enhance your mental wellbeing through therapeutic arts and crafts. This course offers a unique opportunity to explore your creative side, socialise with like-minded individuals and learn new skills to support your mental health and wellbeing.
Whether you're an art enthusiast or a beginner, this course is designed to offer a safe and supportive environment for you to express yourself and improve your mental health. Our experienced instructors will guide you through a range of art and craft activities. You will also have the chance to experiment with different materials, tools, and techniques to discover what works best for you. Throughout the course, you will learn how art and creativity can positively impact your mental health and wellbeing. You will explore how art can help to reduce stress, anxiety, and depression, enhance self-awareness, and provide a sense of purpose and accomplishment.
Join our Art for Wellbeing course and take the first step towards a more fulfilling and healthier life. Whether you're looking to improve your mental health, make new friends, or simply explore your creative side, this course offers something for everyone. So, come along and join us on this exciting journey of self-discovery and creativity!
Type of LearningAdult Learning
Duration6-9pm. 10 weeks. 3 hours per week.
Awarded ByBurnley College
Careers & Progression
This course can support your own therapeutic practice while making new friends and a supportive network. It can also be part of continuous professional development for roles in sectors such as art therapy and school-level art & design education. If you enjoy the Art for Wellbeing course, you could also consider developing your drawing skills in our Life Drawing course or exploring more eco-friendly materials and techniques in the Sustainability in Art course.