Sixteen years ago, Angie Bryant’s life changed.
The then-19-year-old woman was diagnosed with epilepsy. The change shocked Bryant and her family, leaving them unsure how to cope with the news.
Then five years ago, Bryant’s life changed again when she discovered a program called Studio E.
Studio E came to Atlanta as a part of a pilot art therapy program created by the Epilepsy Foundation and the global pharmaceutical company Lundbeck as a resource for patients. And when Bryant became aware of the group, she had no expectations upon applying for entrance.