Monthly Archives February 2017

Workshop Info

Workshops are open to all who want to learn about the art of storytelling. Learn what makes a story communicate with an audience. See how an ancient story is made relevant for today. Hear how to use laughter to find common ground on issues. Discover the importance of a story for the children you love. Workshops will be held during the morning and afternoon on Saturday, September 28. Workshop spots are available on a first-come, first-served basis. See the Schedule and Prices page for more details.
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Using Traditional Tales to Elicit Personal Stories & Coping Strategies

Regi Carpenter Using Traditional Tales to Elicit Personal Stories & Coping Strategies Stories from the world’s folk and fairy tale tradition often mirror the issues of people who seek professional care: confusion, depression, addiction, grief, and a loss of identity. This workshop demonstrates how these tales also contain coping skills, resourcefulness and resiliency. For healers, tellers and compassionate human beings.
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