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Drawing Alone: Making Art in Solitary Confinement

This post, written by guest blogger Jaimie Burkewitz, a graduating masters student in art therapy, explores whether allowing inmates in solitary confinement the ability to express themselves through art can help them survive the loss of stimulation and human contact, and ultimately find deeper meaning. 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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