hands together, heart to art

Ponte, Wendy J.
July 2008
Mothering;Jul/Aug2008, Issue 149, p28
The article presents the Hands Together, Heart To Art (HTHTA) by the Auditorium Theatre of Roosevelt University (ATRU) in Chicago, Illinois which is designed to help children work through the grief process using a unique combination of art therapy, workshops with professional performers, companionship, and counseling.


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