Dr. Grant Taylor, professor of art & art history, and his clinical staff colleagues at the Lebanon VA were part of a $25,000 grant for The Seeing Lens: Therapeutic Photography Group. The grant was part of the expansion of veteran arts and humanities programming through the participation in the VA’s Office of Patient Centered Care & Cultural Transformation. The grant will fund new art therapy projects, including Taylor’s new initiative Memory Field: Therapeutic Painting Group, which is a complimentary therapy treating PTSD in veterans.
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The Seeing Lens photography exhibit, a collaborative project between LVC and the Lebanon VA Medical Center, opened at the National Press Club, Washington, D.C. The exhibit is part of the Veterans Health Administration’s (VHA) annual conference that showcases significant accomplishments in innovation. Dr. Grant Taylor, professor of art & art history, is part of the team presenting the project at the conference. Recently, The Seeing Lens program was chosen by VHA Innovators Network (iNET) to be trialed by Veteran Affairs centers nationally, including centers in Palo Alto, Calif., and Memphis, Tenn.