Hospice and bereavement art therapist Dana Rummery joins the show to give her take on how art can be a “thin place” for all of us and to provide insight on some simple ways that anyone can engage in art for self care - including scribbling, playing with play-doh, and throwing paint onto a canvas. Then, Rachael and Elizabeth chat with Dana about a popular legacy project that Dana helps her hospice patients to create with their loved ones.
To learn more about Art Therapy check out The American Art Therapy Association
or if you are in Pennsylvania the Pennsylvania Art Therapy Association
Dana loves the work of Philabundance and The Sierra Club and would be honored if you would join her in supporting the work that they do!
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