I presented this webinar yesterday through eiseeducation to therapists, counsellors, and psychologists.People often associate creativity with artistic or expressive pursuits. In therapy, creativity can be seen as the sole domain of the arts/expressive therapists who use paints, clay, sand, music, poetry, and performance in their work. My interest is in encouraging non-arts therapists, ie talk therapists, to consider their work as creative. This is not a new idea. Non-artistic creativity is noted in therapy literature. We just don’t pay a lot of attention to it in practice. I offered the following action-oriented model of applying non-artistic creativity in talk therapy. The core concept is that with the right personal attitude, a therapist can engage in framing, visualising, and playing activities within the counselling room to increase their ability to respond creatively to complex and unpredictable client presentations and problems.This model and case studies are available in my upcoming book Creative Responsivity Casebook: Applying non-artistic creative thinking in talk therapy. Register your interest here and I will email you when it comes out on Amazon.