The art therapy for Star Wars is now a thing.

Art therapists in the District of Columbia, Maryland, and Pennsylvania have opened a gallery, Star Wars Art Therapy, to promote their services.

The first session at the gallery, at 2310 12th Street NW, is Wednesday from 4-7 p.m.

Art therapy for the Star Wars franchise is something that we’re all used to.

We know it’s the part where they tell you you’re not doing well and it’s going to take a while.

But this one really is a real life experience.

Art Therapy is a program run by D.C.-based art therapist Dr. Roberta C. Brown and the Maryland-based Art Therapy Association.

It offers art therapy to those who want to make art with their loved ones, as well as those who are struggling to find art therapy, the practice of bringing art into the world.

“It’s an art therapy that gives you an opportunity to have a face-to-face experience,” Brown said.

“It’s something that is really therapeutic and something that gives people a chance to actually express their emotions, and they can actually create something that reflects their own feelings.”

The D.V.A. offers an online gallery of art therapy.

The gallery is in the Capitol Visitors Center, which is located on the same block as the museum.

Dr. Brown said her practice is “always looking for ways to be more accessible” and to be accessible to those in the public eye.

“We do a lot of art, but this is our first time doing art therapy,” she said.

Dr Brown said the first session was an “interesting and fun experience.”

She said it was a great opportunity for people to get to know each other, talk about their experiences and learn something new about art therapy.

“There’s a lot to learn, and I think people will benefit from having an experience with a therapist who they know, like they’re really close,” Brown told the Post.

“They’re not going to tell you what to do, and if you ask, they’ll just say, ‘No, I don’t know, I’ve never been through this before.'”

The gallery has about 70 artworks and is open to people of all ages.

Brown is a licensed therapist and teaches at D.U. Medical Center.

Dr C.D. Brown, D.A., is the director of the Art Therapy Assistance Program.

She has also served as the executive director of American Art Therapy.

Art therapist Dr Roberta Brown of D.D., Md., with the D.S.A.’s Art Therapy Service.

She said art therapy is an art practice that can help you, but it can also give you a chance for your loved ones to feel like you are in charge of your art and art therapy can help them feel safe in their own spaces and feel more in control of their emotions.

Brown encourages her patients to work with art therapists who have “a background in art therapy and they’re able to do that through the process,” Brown explained.

Arttherapy is not a substitute for medical therapy.

It can help with anxiety and depression, anxiety and post-traumatic stress disorder.

But it does not replace therapy.

ArtTherapy is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, and it offers classes, workshops, and classes in other specialties and with children, Brown said, noting that there are also classes for adults.

“We are always looking for new ways to reach people, and hopefully that will lead to better art therapy services in the future,” she added.

The gallery will open in the Capital Visitors Center on Wednesday at noon.