Life Story of an Art Therapist of Color

@article{Boston2005LifeSO,
  title={Life Story of an Art Therapist of Color},
  author={C. Boston},
  journal={Art Therapy},
  year={2005},
  volume={22},
  pages={189 - 192}
}
The impact of cultural values and beliefs upon my work stems mainly from my childhood as well as from my education and the workplace. I grew up in a two-parent household where I was taught that I could overcome any obstacle. Both parents were college graduates who also taught me Christian values, as we discussed many of the Bible stories that depicted circumstances where people overcame their challenges. Also important was my family genealogy, which has been researched back eight generations… Expand
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