ART THERAPISTS MAKING THINGS HAPPEN!
Nancy MacGregor is a Philadelphia-based art therapist. Nancy recently reconnected with painting seriously after taking many years off due to focusing on her clinical practice and raising her children. As a result of a deep personal loss, she entered into the most prolific period of her art making. This period began with the artistic representation of the five stages of grief (Kubler-Ross): 1) Denial, 2) Anger, 3) Bargaining, 4) Depression, and 5) Acceptance.
Nancy’s work continues to focus on the evolving themes / imagery of pain, growth, and healing, as well as their integration. More of her art can be seen on her Instagram page:
NorCATA's feature: "Art Therapists Making Things Happen", is envisioned and curated by Robin Valicenti. Please contact Robin with your feedback, questions, or if you know of an art therapist whose art and projects deserve mention in this space.
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