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Listen: UCLA students explore art therapy to benefit emotional health

By Neha Reddy

April 25, 2013 9:04 p.m.

The creative process is hard to define, but its effects are numerous. It can help maintain emotional health and give people a fresh outlook on life and a clearer understanding of oneself. Art therapy uses the creative process and applies it in a therapeutic setting. Art therapy is gaining ground as a discipline and a presence on UCLA’s campus, and there is a Fiat Lux being offered on a similar subject this quarter.

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