A refugee student paints an image from a memory of home during an art therapy session hosted by the North Carolina Art Therapy Institute, a Carrboro nonprofit that promotes the use of art and creating as part of mental health treatment.
A refugee student paints an image from a memory of home during an art therapy session hosted by the North Carolina Art Therapy Institute, a Carrboro nonprofit that promotes the use of art and creating as part of mental health treatment. Courtesy of the North Carolina Art Therapy Institute
A refugee student paints an image from a memory of home during an art therapy session hosted by the North Carolina Art Therapy Institute, a Carrboro nonprofit that promotes the use of art and creating as part of mental health treatment. Courtesy of the North Carolina Art Therapy Institute

Art Therapy Institute draws on healing power of creating

November 21, 2016 2:00 PM