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Learning to Lose: The Freedom in Failure

Learning to Lose: The Freedom in Failure by Claudia Escareño-Clark Have you ever heard the question, “What would you do if you knew you couldn’t fail?” A while ago I fell down a self-help/find your passion rabbit hole where questions like these were supposed to somehow propel us into finding our dreams. I would like to…
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A Newbie Art Therapist Reflects on the AATA Conference

This year the American Art Therapy Association held their 45th annual conference in San Antonio, Texas.   As a budding art therapist, I decided to take the opportunity to attend my first official art therapy conference, located an hour and half from where I live in Austin, Texas.      In retrospect, I am amazed…
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In the land where dirt is Holy

by first-year Art Therapy/Counseling Southwestern College student Caitlin Harper Catholics get a bad rap. With our history of persecutions, child abuse, and hidden Vatican secrets, I totally understand why. I’ve fought against a lot of the ramifications of my own Catholic upbringing for quite some time. But lately, I cannot help but feeling inspired…
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All In

All In by Bryce Downey, graduate student at Southwestern College, Santa Fe Not for the first time in my life do I find myself here: my physical surroundings are incredibly beautiful & conducive to frequent adventures, I am blessed with a sweet, conscientious, & peppy roommate, sharing a spacious, comfortable, quiet home. I…
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Southwestern College’s Profe’ Tomas in Peru: Update on Internship

Craig Tomas McAdams, Internship in Maras, Peru: Theatre Begins                       First, I wanted to give you all an amazing update on “Steve” from the last blog:  the Andean Research Institute has graciously put up the funds to get Steve treatment at a clinic here in Peru.  Apparently, we are heading to a clinic…
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