watching and reading

I am always pleased to see that articles, films and video (youtube) support

our work with traumatized people.

 

This an inspiring piece... How many of us use the common sense we developed/learned

as mothers (parents)or nurturers in general,in those situations where as

professionals there is great need for creative problem solving?

 

Please send your favorite pieces that relate to our mission -- even if vaguely. This

piece was sent by a colleague in Minneapolis.

 

PS don't forget to look at our registered clinical nutritionist Preeti Sharan's work on the use of probiotics for

depression. You can scroll down for her blog on this topic.

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7BvL8bAkRDE

Who We Are

We make art in order not to die from the truth. F. Nietzsche

Ashlar Center for Narrative Arts is an arts driven non-profit educational organization that uses spoken word, writing, and arts processes for expression and healing.

We call it "serving the Personal Story".

Our goal is to build resilience in our story tellers.

And give these stories much needed public exposure across platforms.

We invite you to invite us.