Join us for art therapy sessions presented by the Helms Foundation. No artistic skills are needed!
According to verywellhealth.com, art therapy has many ways in which it can be helpful for people living with cancer.
“In addition to providing a relaxing escape against the backdrop of treating anxiety and fear for the future, creating art, painting, or drawing may help you understand the myriad of emotions that can go along with a diagnosis of cancer. Emotions that are often difficult to express in words.
You don’t have to be an artist, or even like art to benefit. The only requirement is an open mind and the ability to hold a pencil or paintbrush.”
This Yellow Brick Place program is free for all cancer patients, survivors, family members, and caregivers.
Check our calendar for the latest upcoming Art Therapy session.