Arts & Healing: Coping via Creative Expression

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Key Questions
  • What does research say about using artistic expression to help healing?
  • How can creative expression help ease anxiety and depression?
  • How do writing, dance and music facilitate better health outcomes?
Interview Notes

Find more about Ping Ho and her work here:

Ping Ho

Founder and Director
UCLArts and Healing

Ping Ho is Founder and Director of UCLArts and Healing, which transforms lives through creative expression by integrating the innate benefits of the arts with mental health practices. She was founding administrator for both the UCLA Collaborative Centers for Integrative Medicine and UCLA Cousins Center for Psychoneuroimmunology . She developed the UCLArts and Healing Social Emotional Arts Certificate Program to educate people how to develop their own arts-based programs that maximize social and emotional benefits – something that has great potential for people suffering from chronic pain conditions like migraine.

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