Therapeutic Toolkit Helps People Express Their Emotions

Therapeutic Toolkit Helps People Express Their Emotions
Design

Tools For Therapy uses shapes and design as a communication method to help people open up

Jennifer Passas
  • 14 november 2016

There are over a thousand different psychotherapies based on different conceptions of psychology, ethics, or techniques. Even with thousands of options, opening up and expressing yourself is no easy task. Nicolette Bodewes, a graduate of the Design Academy Eindhoven, has created a tactile toolkit designed to help people in psychotherapy to express themselves.

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