LMU Award Winners, American Art Therapy Association Conference

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On July 9 at the AATA annual conference in Baltimore, Dr. Paige Asawa, faculty member and director of the Helen B. Landgarten Art Therapy Clinic, received the American Art Therapy Association's 2016 Distinguished Clinician in Family Service Award. This honor is bestowed on those who serve as models of excellence in art therapy.

In addition, second year student Zoe Cavnar-Lewandowski received the 2016 Rawley Silver Award for Excellence. This is a scholarship award given to a full-time student member of the American Art Therapy currently enrolled in a masters program.

Congratulations to Paige and Zoe!