Class Schedule 2016
Spring I: April 2, 9, 16 & 23 | registration deadline March 26th
Summer: August 13, 20, 27 & September 3 | registration deadline August 11th
Fall: September 17, 24, October 1 & 8 | registration deadline September 5th
Each interactive class features group discussions and an art project that incorporates therapeutic goals, including tactile development, fine and gross motor skills and manual manipulation. Through the process of creating art, the program provides children with an outlet for personal, physical, emotional, developmental and environmental exploration, as well as an opportunity to build confidence in a supportive environment.
What’s the difference between Art Therapy & Art Classes?
Art Classes teach technique (such as how to use paint brushes and sculpting tools, creating shadows and images & color blending).
Art Therapy uses the creative process of art to facilitate self-expression & incorporates therapeutic goals, such as manual manipulation, tactile development, fine & gross motor skills & verbal development to enhance each student’s physical, emotional and developmental growth.
Diana Zamrazil Van Bruggen, MAAT, LPC | Art Therapist
Contact Information: firstname.lastname@example.org (e-mail) | 614-750-2198 (phone)
Your Donations At Work
Application of Funds: 100% Art Therapy Instruction & Materials
$15 donation | 1 student with instruction & materials for 1 class
$30 donation | 1 set of siblings with instruction & materials for 1 class
$125 donation |1 class of 8-10 students with instructions & materials
$500 donation| 1 class of students with 4 weeks of instruction & materials
You Can Make a Tax-Deductible Donation
1)Securely on-line: Click a “Donate Now” button and select “Art Therapy Program”
2) Mail : Kya’s Krusade | 947 E. Johnstown Rd., Ste. 143 | Gahanna, Ohio 43230
Kya’s Krusade is a comprehensive resource center, serving children and families affected by physical disabilities, specializing in Arthrogryposis and other less publicized physical disabilities. We offer education and assistance for children from diagnosis through 18 years of age. We strive to form a diverse community network and provide opportunities to enable equal access to all available informational, emotional, medical and financial sources of support