Creative-Arts Therapy Can Help People Heal, Faculty Member Rachel Brandoff Tells The Philadelphia Inquirer

Creative-arts therapy with a trained counselor can help people deal with mental illness, but even “engaging in a creative work on one’s own can still help people find purpose, better understand their emotions, and connect with others,” Rachel Brandoff, PhD, coordinator of the art-therapy specialization in Jefferson’s Community and Trauma Counseling Program, said in a Nov. 5 Philadelphia Inquirer story on how the creative arts can help people deal with mental illness.

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