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Art Therapy Professor Horovitz Retiring

Published November 15, 2016

Ellen Horovitz, Ph.D., ATR-BC, LCAT, E-YRT, LFYP has announced that she is retiring from Nazareth College, after more than 35 years of teaching and service at the College. A Professor of Art Therapy in Nazareth’s Creative Arts Therapy Department, Dr. Horovitz founded the Art Therapy program at the College, and has helped educate and train hundreds of graduate and undergraduate students, many of whom have gone on to successful careers of their own as art therapists, and in allied professions.

The College wishes Dr. Horovitz a happy and fulfilling retirement.

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