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   New Mexican (Newspaper) - October 2, 2005, Santa Fe, New Mexico                                Therapy Feelings hidden in artworks Continued from Page Cl Frymier said The brain always wants to control it and make meaning out of what you are creating she said But its not about artistic talent The people that to do the best are people who arent artists Even if we dont understand what the image means in our conscious mind there is a part of us that Once one of her clients creates something even if it is just a mess of shapes and colors they talk about it together to get to the bottom of the clients Southwestern students including Frymier do much of their training at the col leges counseling center on St Michaels Drive On Oct 21 Southwestern will dedicate a expansion of its center that will allow it to serve more clients most of whom are low income Here in Santa Fe we are seeing a lot of agencies that provide this type of help close or cut back their said Alex Ross director of develop ment and public relations for the college Thafs why I think if s really important that the college is making this commit ment to the community We are picking up the The college which is a receiving a Pinon Award for community service from the Santa Fe Community Foun dation on Thursday offers mentalhealth counseling to people on a sliding scale Its students see about 600 clients a year and 79 percent of those clients earn less than a year If clients cant pay they dont have to said Marylou Butler the president of the college Its on an honor sys she said We just trust that people will be honest and pay us what they The new space which is adjacent to the current center has nine rooms An observa tion room allows professors to watch students conduct sessions from behind a dow The expansion includes a new larger arttherapy room and offices for regular oneonone sessions with a counselor family sessions or a technique called sand play involving miniature figures and a sandbox Clients create a scene in the sandbox and then client and counselor decipher it together Counselors in training deal with a wide variety of mental health issues including anxiety depression stress relation ship difficulties and conflict resolution The only people they dont treat are those who are chronically mentally ill or those who are in a serious cri sis situation such as threaten ing to commit suicide For more info call the counseling center at 4718575 Sunday October 2 2005 THE NEW MEXICAN C3 Contact Natalie Storey at 9863026 or nstorey sfnewmexican com feS T Photos by Natalie New Mexican A lone balloon from the Dawn Patrol hangs in the sky shortly before sunrise Saturday at the Albuquerque International Balloon Resta Dawn Ballooning in the dark is not for the faint of heart WjMarcy UMI fcUXIII I I DIG DIGITAL SOUND BARGAIN SHOWS IN Pass i Discount Ticket Restrictions Aoply OC Open Captiored OA Dewnptive Audio Available NORTH 6 471 3377 Villa Linda Mall 800F4NDANGO Adv 77r on Sate EUZABETHTOWN 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and a lastminute nod from the Federal Aviation Administration Dawn Patrol was born over Albuquerque in October 1978 It was something new No one else had done said Thornton now 52 and living in Littleton Mass Part of it was just to prove that it can be Since then Dawn Patrol has been a fixture at balloon gath erings across the West and a Fiesta favorite rousing folks to arrive each morning right when the gates open at 430 Tightly bundled and clutch ing a warm cup of coffee spec tator Lynn Valdez 40 said she left Santa Fe at to just to see it all from the beginning when they all inflate and She stood watching the Dawn Patrol balloons flicker to life as a hairthin crescent moon rose over the Sandias Its pretty On Fiesta weekends the Dawn Patrol crew opens the day with a show an orchestrated series of synchronized illumina tions set to music Special burn ers above the wicker baskets ignite raw unvaporized propane to produce a brilliant yellow plume that lights up the balloon Without fail each blast elicits a corresponding shimmer of camera flashes from the crowd below that sends chills down the spine Like Pete Rose hitting and all the bulbs going off Thats exactly what you said Peralta resident Chuck Schick 45 describing the moment Or in the words of Pilot Phil Bryant a Houston oilindustry consultant joins the Dawn Patrol at the Albuquerque Balloon Fiesta on Saturday nineyear Dawn Patrol veteran Kris Econopouly 41 of Rio Ran cho You dont know whether to fly or The Dawn Patrol balloon ists are the Fiestas unofficial test pilots We stick our toe in the water to let the other pilots know about the wind condi said Dawn Patroller Phil Bryant 64 an oilindustry con sultant from Houston Sometimes the air holds surprises In the late 1990s one Dawn Patrol flight was caught by a surprise westerly wind and blown miles off course recalled Clarke OByrne 57 of Albuquer que Everyone landed safely despite the 20mph winds Rough landings are not uncommon for balloonists but they are made even worse if they cant see the ground Or fences Or power lines Were forced to stay up there for a long period of said OByrne flying under the COMMUNITY ANNOUNCEMENTS The Santa Fe Kailyard Community Corporation Board Meet ing is Monday October 3 2005 from 5 to 7pm at Swee ney convention Center The public and all interested persons are encouraged to attend Agendas will be available 24 hours in advance at the office on 332 Read Street 9823373 and posted at Public Service Announcements available to nonprofit charitable with a Federal status Events thai charge fees unlessfor a specific charitable event are not eligible Only plus Deadlines Monday 10 am for Wednesdays paper Thursday 10 am for Sundays paper Published every Wednesday and Sunday the Community Announcement listing is a paid feature of The Sanlii Fe New Mexican and is reserved for nonprofit For aclvertisiim rates call 9863000 The Gift Shop AT BANDED TQADING Co Northern New Mexicos Best Kept Secret BANDELIER NATIONAL MONUMENT Jean 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weather balloon to another pilot Would you hold this for me for a second he said instantly letting it go The balloon and its tracking glow stick rocketed into the still starry sky But in spite of the camara derie on the ground the Dawn Patrol pilots are there for one reason to drift above the crowds alone at first light Its the closest thing to being a Gantt says Over feet up in Gantts basket the air is almost com pletely still The only sound comes burners flaring and the occasional call from another balloon drifting by Are you going up or down or Dont hit the pig Balloons are rising Balloons are falling Beams of sunlight branch out across the pink des ert Sleepy subdivisions drift by Dogs bark madly in yards below A womans voice crackles through on the radio Another beautiful day in the Land of sriiCAVjorsiv IMASTERWOfft OF SUSPENSE ROMANCE AND POUTCAL MTRKUE A1HMUJNG fdDEIONEOF SEE IT ON THE BIG SCREEN TODAY United Artists DEVARGAS MALL 6 DeVargas Center United Artists SOUTH 6 S Side 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