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The Powerful Gift of Recovery as an Art Form

By Scott Frazier, MSC Manager, Eating Recovery Services Art is the expression or application of human creative skill and imagination placed on any medium. The American Art Therapy Association (AATA) defines art therapy as an integrative mental health tool that enriches the lives of individuals, families, and communities through active art-making, creative process, applied psychological … Read More

Psychodrama at Sierra Tucson

By Bill Coleman, LMSW, TEP Resident Psychodramatist Psychodrama at Sierra Tucson has a long history. It has been offered since the opening days in 1983 and long considered one of the most powerful forms of group therapy. Not easy to describe, psychodrama can be classified as experiential therapy. It is essentially role-playing, where disturbing and … Read More

Experiential Therapy & Yoga

Walking the Walk, Beyond the Talk By Sunni Knowlton Therapeutic & Recreational Activities Facilitator & Yoga Specialist After many years of research and personal work delving into countless modalities of therapy and holistic healing, I’ve come to believe something: While talk therapy is extremely beneficial and therapeutic, integrating the body (physical sensation and awareness) with … Read More