What is Studio E: The Epilepsy Art Therapy Program?
With Lundbeck's support, Studio E: The Epilepsy Art Therapy Program provides participants with the opportunity to express your emotions about epilepsy that may be difficult to explain to others.
Art therapy can help people sift through feelings that are sometimes too difficult to verbalize. The creative process of art can help resolve conflicts, develop interpersonal skills, manage behavior, reduce stress and much more.
Living with epilepsy can be challenging and art therapy may be beneficial in working through how the condition impacts an individual's life. Through this multi-week art therapy program, participants are given the opportunity to creatively express themselves and their emotions.
Studio E is offered in 21 cities across the nation. Hosted by local Epilepsy Foundation affiliates in partnership with Lundbeck, Studio E gives people living with epilepsy the chance to take part in multiple art therapy sessions with licensed art therapists. The Epilepsy Foundation of Georgia was fortunate enough to be able to offer sessions in both the fall of 2011 and the summer of 2012. Information regarding future sessions will be posted when available.
For more information about the Studio E program, please fill out the contact form below.
On Saturday, February 8, 2014 the Epilepsy Foundation of Georgia will present its signature fundraising gala, the Taste of Love, an elegant black tie event held at the Ritz Carlton - Buckhead. The Taste of Love features gourmet dining, premium wine pairings, extraordinary live entertainment, a top notch silent and live auction, and the chance to dance the night away. Ticket information will be available soon.