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Art Therapy In Schools: A Group Mosaic Mural Project

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This paper provides a descriptive overview of an applied arts-based group project that took place with students at an elementary school. The group of students worked towards the construction of a mosaic mural with assistance from two art therapy interns who acted as facilitators for the group. As a clinical case review, the paper aims to offer a descriptive overview of the therapeutic process of the group. An additional objective of the paper is to document the mural group process in order to inform school professionals about potential benefits of such a group as well as provide art therapists with a detailed resource for potential future art therapy group projects in schools.

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