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December 15th 2015

Vote The Center for Creative Arts Therapy for The WomensNet Amber Grant

This past October we announced our Qualification Grant Winner Azizi Marshall, founder of The Center for Creative Arts Therapy.

Now, Azizi needs your help. View her video below where she explains why you should vote for The Center for Creative Arts Therapy to win the additional $2,000.

About The Center for Creative Arts Therapy: After a few years of soul searching, Azizi stumbled upon an opportunity to do theatre with inner city youth. Through theatre she saw these kids grow, and learn about a world outside of their existence. They were able to give voice to their struggles and begin to form bonds with not only one another but also with the community.

From there she quickly began studying and obtained her license as a licensed clinical professional counselor, a board certified trainer in drama therapy and a registered expressive arts therapist within 4 years. Azizi wanted to make sure that children and families were able to have access to programs that would not only allow individuals a place to explore and grow, but also the community at large which is how The Center for Creative Arts Therapy was born. The Center for Creative Arts Therapy is an Arts-Based, Psychotherapy Practice and Training Center.

Interested in receiving a grant like Azizi? We award a grant every month – if interested, here’s the link to apply. We’d love to hear your story!

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