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Vivien Marcow Speiser and Phillip Speiser - Remembering the Holocaust

Fall 2004 - Volume III, Issue 1

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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-cultual conflict,, and has worked with groups in the Middle East and South Africa.

Phillip Speiser

Faculty Phillip SpeiserAn Adjunct Instructor in Lesley's Expressive Therapies program, specializing in psychodrama and drama therapy, Dr. Phillip Speiser is currently the Director of Parkside Arts and Health Associates in Boston, Massachusetts. Dr. Speiser has worked and developed programs with individuals and groups in conflict in unstable regions, including South Africa, Zimbabwe, Swaziland and the Middle East

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