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Mitchell Kossak, Ph.D. and Vivien Marcow Speiser, Ph.D - The Lesley University Extension Program in Israel

Fall 2009 - Volume IV, Issue 2

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Mitchell Kossak

Faculty Mitchell KossakThe Director of Lesley's Expressive Therapies program, Dr. Mitchell Kossak has taught on campus and at the Lesley Israel Extension since 1995. A licensed clinical counselor, Dr. Kossak combines expressive arts therapies with body-centered approaches that address a range issues including chronic pain, trauma recovery, depression, and anxiety.

Vivien Marcow-Speiser

Faculty Vivian Marcow SpeiserA Professor of Expressive Therapies at Lesley and the Director of National, International, and Collaborative Programs, Dr. Vivien Marcow-Speiser has utilized the arts as a method of communicating across borders and cultures. Dr. Marcow-Speiser's expertise lies in building resolutions to trauma and cross-cultural conflict, and has worked with groups in the Middle East and South Africa.

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