This study aims to find out if a structured art therapy intervention can reduce PTSD symptoms in a group of displaced Colombian women, using an art-based and a quantitative methodology. Throughout eight art therapy sessions provided once a week, participants created a story narrating their displacement journey. At the end of the program, participants bound the images to create a book. Before and after the 8-week art therapy intervention, the participants were presented with the UCLA PTSD Reaction Index, administered as an interview in order to monitor the symptom reduction. Results indicate that art therapy may be a promising treatment to reduce PTSD symptoms in Colombian women displaced by the current war on drugs.