Sutter Cancer Center in downtown Sacramento is inviting all members of the public to a first-hand experience of the medical center’s special healing arts program.
Peggy Gulshen, an art therapist at Sutter, will be at tomorrow’s event, which is especially aimed at Sacramentans whose lives have been touched by cancer:
Centuries ago, and certainly with indigenous peoples, art and expressive activity, was always a way to help them understand and make sense of chaos. And I can’t think of anything that could be more chaotic than as when you’re diagnosed with cancer.
Art therapy, writing and dance therapy will all be offered to anyone who wants to participate.