We inspire creativity, nurture the imagination, and instill confidence in children to support their well-being.
Reduce pain during treatments (chemotherapy
and stem cell transplants)1
Reduce fear, stress, anxiety, & depression1
Improve trust, self-image,self-esteem, communication, collaboration1
Enhance mood and compliance with medical procedures1
Empower children in the work of feeling or getting better 2
Invite a supportive and playful exchange that may humanize an otherwise sterile medical interaction2
Improve engagement of those in all cultural backgrounds1
Empower [children] in an environment where they have limited choices2
Reduce negative feelings and improves patient satisfaction1
Our programs are created to facilitate creative expression; however, they are not, nor are they intended to be, a substitute for art therapy provided by a trained art therapist.
1 Fancourt, D., & Finn, S. (2019). What is the evidence on the role of the arts in improving health and well-being? A scoping review. WHO Regional Office for Europe.
2 Rubin, S. Y. (2019). Supportive Art Making as a Therapeutic Tool for Nurses. Pediatric Nursing, 45(2), 95 -98.
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