We are excited to offer Studio E: The Epilepsy Art Therapy Program to people with epilepsy again in the Cincinnati and NEW to the Columbus area!
Studio E offers group art therapy sessions for adults, teens and kids with epilepsy, allowing them to explore their creativity, meet others with epilepsy and express themselves in an open, accepting and safe group setting. Art is a natural way to communicate, relieve tension and express emotions. According to research presented at the 2014 annual meeting of the American Epilepsy Society, people living with epilepsy reported increased self-esteem after participating in Studio E.
During the program, participants work with licensed art therapists using a variety of artistic media, including painting, sketching and sculpting. Because some things are easier to “say” through art, Studio E provides people impacted by epilepsy a unique opportunity to express themselves and open up about their experiences with the condition.
Cincinnati, 2016: This year’s program will be taking place during Camp Flame Catcher July 11, 12 and 13, at Camp Kern located in Warren County, Ohio. For more information about the Studio E program, or to enroll in this year’s sessions, contact Doug Simmons at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (513) 721-2905 or toll free 877-804-2241.
Columbus, 2016: The program will take place on Saturdays at 9:00 AM, April 16, 23, 30, May 7, 14, and 21 at The Dempsey Family Education and Resource Center located in the new Neuroscience Tower at Riverside Methodist Hospital, 3535 Olentangy River Road, Columbus, Ohio 43214. For more information about the Studio E program, or to enroll in this year’s sessions, contact Karen Brown at email@example.com or call (614) 725-1031 or toll free 877-804-2241.
Studio E is made possible through the generosity of an ongoing partnership between Lundbeck, a pharmaceutical company committed to helping people with epilepsy, and the Epilepsy Foundation. To learn more about the Studio E program or see artwork generated during previous programs, visit: YourPartnerInEpilepsy.com.