“The workshop is a safe and non-threatening environment to look at the past and make something new from it,” Wobbe says.
Sharing ideas, artwork, and stories can help us build community and overcome social isolation.
Build on your performing skills and learn to create transformative theatre arts programs in schools, cultural institutions, and community settings.
Our MA in Art Therapy integrates psychotherapy and visual arts practice that engages the creative power of art for clinical assessment and treatment.
Drama Therapist Vera Trifunovich (MA ’96) is the founder and executive director of Bare Breasted Against Breast Cancer, a website that helps breast cancer survivors heal each other by sharing their stories and creativity.
After a traumatic experience, healing can be a long road for young survivors. For high school students exposed to trauma, finding community is an important part of working through pain.