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Healing Our Achilles Heel: Art Therapy Research in Prison

While previous posts have touted the benefits of art therapy in prison, some readers have asked, but where is the evidence? This post begins a several part series that examines the issues of research in the field and presents the studies conducted in prison. Read More

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David Gussak, PhD, ATR-BC, is professor and chairperson for the Florida State University Department of Art Education, and Clinical Coordinator of its Graduate Art Therapy Program.


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