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Integrative & Creative Arts Therapy










The Integrative & Creative Arts Therapy program at the Florida Hospital Cancer Institute offers monthly support groups — as well as individual sessions* — complimentary for oncology patients. The program includes both music and art therapies that provide an innovative, evidence-based approach to symptom management and emotional support. Our creative arts therapists use live music and art media during the therapy process, to improve a cancer patient’s overall quality of life and well being – physiologically, emotionally neurologically and spiritually.

*By referral

Music Therapy Benefits

• Decreases anxiety and feelings of isolation

• Decreases pain perception

• Improves verbal/non-verbal communication

• Increases reality orientation

• Increases socialization, sense of hope and autonomy

• Increases strength/endurance

• Promotes a relaxing environment

• Promotes motor activity

• Provides sensory stimulation

• Provides stress management and emotional support

• Stimulates cognition

Art Therapy Benefits

• Decreases anxiety

• Decreases symptoms of depression

• Develops coping strategies

• Improves self-esteem

• Increases emotional/self-awareness

• Increases personal growth and social interaction

• Promotes fine motor skills

• Provides stress management


Our group music therapy sessions will take place at our Orlando campus.

2501 N. Orange Avenue

Orlando, FL 32804

Conference Room 182

*July 13th session will take place in the education room – 2nd floor, suite 285

There are no group meetings on days that fall on National Holidays


Neuro-Oncology group:

Coping with Music (meets every 2nd Thursday each month @ 3:30-4:30pm)

All of FHCI groups:

Therapeutic Drumming (meets every 1st Tuesday each month @ 3:30-4:30pm)

Survivor Choir (meets every 1st and 3rd Monday each month @ 6:00-7:00pm)

Group services are open to both patients and their caregivers.

For more information, please contact FH.Integrative.Creative.Arts.Therapy@flhosp.org or call 407-303-5685

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