The ways in which clients at a Bronx, New York, outpatient
mental health program use art therapy in their recovery process are
explored in a new Vanderbilt Department of Art exhibition
by one of its graduates.

“Working Through Art: Visualizing Hope and Recovery Through Art”
has been curated by
Lindsey Lybrand
, a licensed creative art therapist who earned
her bachelor of science in child and developmental psychology and
studio art in 2009.

The exhibition will open Thursday, Nov. 10, with a reception
from 4 to 6 p.m. Also, there will be a walk-through discussion at
4:30 p.m. featuring Lybrand and two Vanderbilt professors with
strong expertise in fields related to mental health. They are
Sohee
Park
, the Gertrude Conaway Vanderbilt Professor of Psychology
in the College of Arts and
Science
and professor of psychiatry; and David
Zald
, professor…

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