check-ins and guided, healing-centered
exercises in mindfulness and meditation. Participants come together to share experiences, emotions, and ideas, and collectively turn those conversations into art.
of participants were in underserved and underrepresented communities.
said it helped them to get along with different kinds of people in their group.
said it helped them to feel confident about sharing their opinions or ideas with other people.
said it helped them to respond to another person's feelings in their group.
Art Therapist Tom Henicak
explains how art is a direct pathway to self
"We can light up the darkness around us" - Tyriq, Westmoor MS