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It’s a long-established fact that participating in creative activities of any form, makes us happier. During recent years there has become an increasing growth in recognising the importance of creativity and its link to mental health and wellbeing. Organisations such as the Culture, Health and Wellbeing Alliance for example, promote the notion that art and health are intrinsically linked beneficially and can relieve both physical and mental ailments.

The role of arts, crafts and writing can play a huge impact towards how we feel on a daily basis and when channelled correctly, creative work can become an extension of ourselves. Studies have found that keeping a journal for example, can offer numerous health benefits such as aiding with anxiety and stress and helping to achieve personal targets or goals*.

With one in four students suffering from mental health...

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