UCLArts & Healing is an organizational member of the UCLA Collaborative Centers for Integrative Medicine (CCIM), and is supported by the Arts & Healing Initiative, a non-profit organization established for this purpose. UCLArts & Healing was founded in 2004 by CCIM Steering Committee Member and Founding Administrator, Ping Ho, MA, MPH. Its mission is to transform lives through creative expression by integrating the innate benefits of the arts with mental health practices for self-discovery, connection, and empowerment. UCLArts & Healing experiential education programs are designed to serve all ages and populations, particularly those living with challenges of trauma, illness, special needs or social isolation. Its sustainable strategy for meeting the needs of under-resourced communities includes professional development programs in socially and emotionally supportive practices, with scripted curriculum materials that anyone can use, and a Social Emotional Arts Certificate Program for those who want to learn how to develop and deliver their own effective curricula. UCLArts & Healing partners with K-12 schools, healthcare institutions, community-based organizations, universities and colleges, and professional organizations to expand its mission. Customized training programs or workshops can be arranged. Visit the interactive UCLArts & Healing website to find programs, download materials, view videos, read blogs, post/search for resources, and join the e-newsletter list. www.uclartsandhealing.org
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