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Academic Research | Mar 2019

Impacts Of An Artist Residency Program Informed By Social Action Art Therapy

A scenic view of Trinity River in the Hoopa Valley Native American Reservation (California)


As a MA Candidate in Art Therapy and MFT Trainee at the Loyola Marymount University (Los Angeles, CA), Jessica Bui Lo had the opportunity to fully experience the implementation of an art therapy social action program – a three-day Artist Residency at a K-8th public school on a Native American Reservation – as well as engage in research regarding its impact.

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