To soften the power of the critical voice allows creative energy to express its needs and desires. This chapter aims to create a peace treaty that ends the internal fight and encourages small, creative actions. The exercise can be used in a one-on-one session or in a group session. Things to be considered: sometimes writing with the non-dominant hand can create feelings of stress and frustration since it puts us in contact with our own clumsiness. It can bring up memories from childhood lessons and make subconscious content emerge. Warm-up exercises are recommended, especially if it is a person’s first time writing with their non-dominant hand. The process of making a caricature of the inner critic is usually quite liberating. It helps to create some distance from the character, to not take it too seriously, and to approach it with a sense of humor.