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  • Therapy and art in anxious Cleveland

    As the Republican National Convention opened in Cleveland on Monday under heavy security and the specter of mass protests, a psychotherapist from Santa Cruz invited passers-by to finger paint and reflect. Yet harmony remains far from hand in an election year marked by racial tension and economic strife.

As the Republican National Convention opened in Cleveland on Monday under heavy security and the specter of mass protests, a psychotherapist from Santa Cruz invited passers-by to finger paint and reflect. Yet harmony remains far from hand in an election year marked by racial tension and economic strife. David Siders The Sacramento Bee
As the Republican National Convention opened in Cleveland on Monday under heavy security and the specter of mass protests, a psychotherapist from Santa Cruz invited passers-by to finger paint and reflect. Yet harmony remains far from hand in an election year marked by racial tension and economic strife. David Siders The Sacramento Bee
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