In today's world therapy has become an essential part of medical study and a lot of people nowadays go for therapy due to the current world circumstances. So I found a fun way to do it also known as -- Drum rolls - ART THERAPY! Do you remember how it felt to paint something as a child? It was a very messy activity, but it was such fun to get creative with all those colors! Well, at least until you started to expect something from your art, for example, to picture an object realistically and to get your teacher's approval. The process of painting then became less important than the end result. Today, you may feel paralyzed just thinking of taking a brush again. It's so hard to paint something, and you don't want to make a fool of yourself! But the truth is, it's very easy to paint. Children do it, don't they? Children don't think about the future so much, and they don't make plans—they just enjoy the moment. This lets them paint without any anxiety and fear of judgment, and this is something you can learn from them! Art therapy combines traditional psychotherapeutic theories and techniques with an understanding of the psychological aspects of the creative process, especially the affective properties of the different art materials.