Art making can be a powerful way to process feelings related to a cancer diagnosis. During art therapy sessions, participants discover modes of creative self-expression and experience the many benefits of the art process. These tools can be a valuable way to reduce stress, provide inspiration, deepen insight and improve well-being.
If interested in learning more about art therapy, please contact JamesCare for Life Art Therapist Anne Harding, ATR-BC, at 614-293-2540 or Anne.Harding@osumc.edu.
JamesCare for Life also offers group art classes as part of its Expressive Arts programming.