The Cancer Center's Art Therapy Program provides a therapeutic outlet for patients and their families utilizing art materials as a form of expression.A board certified art therapist guides individuals in the creative process providing a wide assortment art supplies and projects. Research has proven that art making has a positive impact on pain management, depression, anxiety, and stress reduction. For centuries, art has served as a healing tool, fostering self-awareness and coping skills.
Art therapy is available at no charge in individual, family and group settings to any interested patient or family member, and the Cancer Center provides not only the know-how and guidance (no previous art experience is necessary), but the materials as well.
Art Studio Workshop
A space for creativity and healingThe creative process involved in making art is healing, enjoyable, and life enriching. Join us in this supportive studio environment for monthly art making workshops designed for both budding and experienced artists.
- Workshops are offered with no fee to cancer patients and their teen or adult guests
- No prior art experience is necessary
- All supplies are provided unless noted in the description
2013 Fall Schedule
November 20: Printmaking Holiday Greeting Cards
December 18: Sticks and Branches with a Message
Reserve a place in the art studioClass size is limited. Please call 855-257-3312 and save your place today!
AppointmentsPrivate sessions are also available. Contact 877-907-0859 for information on participating in individual therapy.
Note:Events may be cancelled due to weather, illness or unforeseen circumstances. Please call the event cancellation line prior to attending all events: 877-408-PFSS (7377).
Questions? Need more information?Contact 877-907-0859 for more information.
The Art Therapy Program is made possible by gifts to the Helen and Sonya Fund and the Cancer Center Art Therapy Program. Program supplies are generously supported by the Robert Bruce Dunlap Memorial Fund. Learn how you can help by visiting our Make a Gift web pages.