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Expressive Therapies Faculty Publishes Book

Faculty Mitchell KossakExpressive Therapies faculty member Mitchell Kossak's new book Attunement in Expressive Arts Therapy: Toward an Understanding of Embodied Empathy has been released by CC Thomas publishing house. The book addresses how the arts can be applied therapeutically for mental, emotional, and spiritual health, and includes numerous stories from Kossak's 35 years as an artist and therapist. To learn more about the book, visit the CC Thomas website.

How Art Benefits Older Adults

FACULTY Raquel StephensonArt and Aging - How Creative Expression Can Benefit Older Adults
Lesley Professor Dr. Raquel Stephenson taps into the healing powers of art, and employs creative endeavors as a means of keeping the elderly connected and engaged with the world around them.

Alumni Profile: Kelvin Ramirez

Kelvin BannerKelvin Ramirez is the soul of compassion. And curiosity. And determination. He’s an artist, teacher, and therapist who sees the world as it could be—a place where children grow and create and explore without fear...[read more]


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