The mission of the Helen B. Landgarten Art Therapy Clinic is to serve the community by offering clinical art therapy interventions to underserved children and families who have experienced trauma or are facing serious obstacles in life. Thanks to the generosity of donors, the clinic has been able to do just that.
"We are not building a building, we are building a community of art therapists" is how Helen B. Landgarten described the clinic named in her honor at its inauguration. Landgarten is a pioneer art therapist and founder of the Graduate Department of Marital and Family Therapy at LMU. The clinic also serves the educational needs of the department's graduate students by providing opportunities to participate in and observe art therapy services in non-clinical settings in the community.
Explore how the Clinic started, and learn more about its mission to provide therapeutic assistance to a variety of underserved and often marginalized communities.
10th Anniversary Tribute
In 2017 The Clinic recently celebrated a milestone anniversary. In this video, we recap ten years of success and service, and honor those who made it possible.