Guest session on topic "Creative Movement Therapy” was organized for the psychology students on 30th September 2019 at VU campus. Guest speaker “Ms. Mugdha Shivapurkar” demonstrated the Expressive Art Therapy as the practice of using imagery, storytelling, dance, music, drama, poetry, movements and visual arts together, in an integrated way, to nurture human growth, development, and healing. It aids in achieving better self-awareness, relief from stress or anxiety, learning disorders, autism, and other traumatic experiences. It can help individuals of all ages and races. The lecture introduced students to various methods in which the basic activities can be conducted. The introduction included a practical demonstration of these activities for a better understanding. Speaker enlightened the students about Carl Jung’s theory of personality. In conclusion, the session as a whole helped the students to cope with anxiety and stress, enhance self-esteem, self-awareness and body-mind connectivity.