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Touch Drawing for Persons with a Life-Challenging Disease
by Ruth Vanden Bosch, M.A., R.N., L.P.C. I have worked with Exceptional Cancer Patients (ECaP), a group founded by Bernie Siegel, MD, for several years.Read more.
Touch Drawing with Parkinsonians and Their Caregivers
By Susan Jackewicz in collaboration with Victoria Domenichello-Anderson VICTORIA_ANDERSON6@msn.com Along with Kathleen Horne, Victoria started the Art and Healing CertificateRead more.
Touch Drawing with Mentally Disabled People in Arica, Chile
by Tosha Tobias with Photographs by Kenny Tosha Tobias has been opening the way for Touch Drawing in Chile forRead more.
Touch Drawing Deepens Artist’s Sources of Inspiration
Mark Runge I’ve made art for years. Ever since I can remember, I’ve drawn on paper, in dirt, and inRead more.
Transforming Negative Mental Images after 9-11 Through Touch Drawing
by David Baum, Ph.D. Done during a five day Touch Drawing Class as part of the Doctor of Ministry programRead more.
The story behind an image in Opening to Love, a SoulTouch Coloring Journal
The immediacy and spontaneity of Touch Drawing has allowed me to draw in so many settings. Over the years IRead more.
Touch Drawing During Treatment for Leukemia and AIDS
The Power of Touch Drawing to Heal by Julie Rathbun and Sean Mcgee Note from Deborah: Julie has been usingRead more.
Women of Wisdom: Empowering the Dreams and Spirit of Women
by Kris Steinnes, Founder, Women of Wisdom Foundation Every February since 1995, I have done Interpretive Touch Drawing at theRead more.
A Lifetime of Creating Continues Despite Parkinsons via Touch Drawing
by Irv Knowlen On February 20th, 2009 Victoria Anderson and the Expressive Arts Gallery of Sarasota had a special openingRead more.