A research study I conducted in the 1990s on hope among people with mental illness is now bearing fruit for recovery programs.
A poem about personal struggles to maintain self-control despite inner urges and wanderings of spirit.
Working with clay can calm someone with dementia while providing joy and increasing confidence.
A community of art advocates and their websites can be found scattered across the Internet promoting the use of the arts for healing.
A book I co-wrote with Amelia Willows will soon be released through Barnes and Noble Press. Amelia and I tell our stories of recovery from mental illness.
Drama therapy uses improvisation to enhance the lives of those who have Alzheimer's or other forms of dementia.
People with cerebral palsy can benefit from the use of music therapy.
Music can open a world of emotions for people with autism.
A mother develops a musical training program to help her son overcome ADHD.
Expressive language disorder can impact a person's ability to communicate no matter the age.
Studies show a slowing of dementia among those who like to read or play board games.