Using the creative arts to heal the mind

Role playing, writing or drawing what one is feeling can have significant therapeutic value. Counseling professor Samuel T. Gladding (’67, MAEd ’71) is one of the country’s leading authorities on how using the creative arts — music, dance, visual art, humor, drama and writing — can help people become more in tune with their emotions and feelings.

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