The daily Camera gives NCAS-I a shout out!

The daily Camera gives NCAS-I an shout out!

Art therapy students from Naropa University have embarked on a service-learning trip to Cambodia, working with a group that provides shelter to victims of sex trafficking.

The eight graduate students and faculty member Sue Wallingford from Boulder’s Buddhist-inspired university are collaborating with Transitions Global to help the organization integrate art therapy into its work with victims.

The Naropa students also will have the opportunity to work with the Raggamuffin Project, an organization that brings the creative arts to children and families suffering from trauma and Anjali House, an orphanage in Siem Reap that offers education and creative expression to children who live in extreme poverty.

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