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Art Therapy for CancerCare patients
Art therapy is one of the facets of the Trinity Health CancerCare Center’s survivorship and support group programs, which were created to provide different activities for people with a diagnosis of cancer to cope; reduce pain, anxiety, stress, or depression, or to increase coping mechanisms.

The Trinity CancerCare Art Therapy program is designed for either those who are currently undergoing treatment for cancer or for those whose cancer is in remission. The Art Therapy groups are led by Bill Harbort, an art department professor at Minot State University, who calls the classes “a wonderful healing opportunity.” “The intent of the experience is to foster healing through visual means and through the act of painting,” Harbort said. Funding for the Art Therapy Program is provided by Trinity Health Foundation.
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