February 2018


“But I Can’t Draw!”


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One of the assumptions people make about art therapy is that one must be good at drawing, painting or sculpting. Nothing could be further from the truth!

In art therapy, the process of creating art is more important than the resulting
product. There are no critiques or judgements made of the art. It’s all about what the artist learned in their experience of creating. Art therapy takes a holistic approach, as it is not only concerned with creativity, but also with the emotional, psychological, mental, physical and spiritual aspects of healing.


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February 06 2018

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"Grief Brain" What's Going On?


​After the death of a loved one, you may experience many changes in your mental and emotional state of mind. You may find yourself simply being in a daze, unable to focus, or going aimlessly in circles at times.


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February 06 2018

Categories: Grief and Loss 


Drone Technology “Transports” Hospice Patient and Wife


​Kay and Dave are both deeply connected to their heritage. Kay, who was born in England, and her husband Dave, who is Welsh, met while serving in the Royal Navy and were married in 1947. They lived in England, Wales and Canada as Dave followed teaching opportunities before emigrating to the U.S. The couple took frequent vacations back their homelands.


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February 02 2018

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Drone Technology “Transports” Hospice Patient and Wife


​Kay and Dave are both deeply connected to their heritage. Kay, who was born in England, and her husband Dave, who is Welsh, met while serving in the Royal Navy and were married in 1947. They lived in England, Wales and Canada as Dave followed teaching opportunities before emigrating to the U.S. The couple took frequent vacations back their homelands.
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February 02 2018

Categories: Philanthropy 

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