Art therapy for cancer patients|Loyola Medicine

Art therapy offers healing creative outlet to Loyola Medicine cancer patients

Loyola University Medical Center offers art therapy to patients who have been diagnosed with cancer. At the Coleman Foundation Image Renewal Center in the Cardinal Bernardin Cancer Center, they can interact with an art therapist who can guide them through creative expression. Activities such as painting, sculpting and drawing can be a distraction from side effects of treatment, and they can help to empower patients. For more information about Loyola’s art therapy program, please visit or call 708-327-2277.