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Posts Tagged ‘Children Healing’

It’s a natural instinct to protect your child. You want them to be as happy and healthy as possible, and you don’t want anything to threaten that. But things do happen. Little things, big things. And kids need to understand what happened before they can process what they are feeling and start to heal. Sarah,[…read more…]

Wildfires ravaged central Washington this summer, burning over 900,000 square miles of land and destroying 200 homes. While the entire community was reeling from the fallout, school counselors were working hard to support their students and help them heal. Kayla Helleson, Manson Elementary School counselor, who had attended a Chill & Spill training, knew about the power[…read more…]

Ryther, a Seattle-based leader in behavioral health services for children and their families, is dedicated to providing innovative, proven therapies that can help children and their parents realize better lives. With such a strong commitment to children, the organization is a great fit for Art with Heart programming. We have loved hosting our current Chill[…read more…]

A new video released by the University of Washington College of Arts and Sciences details the importance of art and science in Medical Anthropology and mentions Art with Heart’s successful uses of creativity in healing. In the video Marlaine Figuroa Gray, a UW doctoral candidate in Medical Anthropology, visits the Art with Heart office. “This[…read more…]

Kelly H, LCSW, a hospice Social Worker & Bereavement Coordinator in Illinois wrote today to say: “I just want to say thank you for the wonderful work you do, seriously fabulous. It warms my heart.” Thank you Kelly! It warms our hearts to know the difference we are making! Thanks for writing!