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Michael A. Franklin, PhD, ATR-BC, is professor and past chair of the graduate Transpersonal Art Therapy program at Naropa University. Prior to this appointment, he practiced as a clinician and chaired the art therapy programs at the College of St. Teresa and Bowling Green State University. Michael continues to work as a clinician in private practice and as an international lecturer, workshop leader and researcher publishing over 30 papers on numerous subjects. His current work integrates the relationships between art therapy, art-based empathic/compassionate methods, social engagement, yoga philosophy, meditation and studio art. He is the author of: Art as Contemplative Practice: Expressive Pathways to the Self with SUNY Press. (see ArtisYoga.com)
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