Myra F. Levick, psychologist who helped establish the field of art therapy, dies at 96

Courtesy of Sherry Goodill Myra F. Levick, 96, a clinical psychologist who helped found the field of art therapy, died Wednesday, Sept. 16, of complications from a seizure at the Abramson Center for Jewish Life in North Wales.

Like many women of her generation, Dr. Levick was first a wife and mother. The Philadelphia native married Leonard Levick, her high school sweetheart, at age 19, and supported him through medical school and the start of his medical career while raising three daughters.

Dr. Levick earned a bachelor of fine arts degree in painting from Moore, a master’s degree in education from […]

Source: www.inquirer.com

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