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Programs: Newest initiative is the ArtReach Middle East Institute in Jordan. ArtReach continues training for Project Lebanon which began in Dec. 2006. Both initiatives provide psycho-social training for teachers and NGO workers. Our initial program 2000-2004 has been Project Bosnia - A five-year commitment which established a fully integrated, nationwide, expressive arts program that benefitted both children and teachers. Project Bosnia provided psycho-social training for 492 Bosnian teachers and was administered in the regions of Sarajevo, Gorazde, Tuzla and Brcko District. In addition, a "train the trainers" program was also established which has encouraged sustainability.

The ArtReach Foundation is committed to healing adults and children suffering from trauma associated with war or natural disaster through the use of the creative expressive arts. ArtReach professional teams work with teachers and public health staff to organize, develop and provide resources for programs that offer creative problem-solving and expressive arts activities.

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I am a retired psychologist and met The ArtReach Founder and CEO 2 1/2 yrs. ago. The work of the Foundation, using the creative arts to heal children and adults traumatized by war and natural disaster, fit my interest in working with veterans and military families who have sacrificed for all ... more »
I served 8 years in the marine corps as an infantry man and did two combat tours in Iraq. Early in my second deployment to Iraq I was wounded by a suicide bomber attack. After returning from combat I was diagnosed with PTSD, traumatic brain injury among other injuries. After being found unfit for... more »
I am a psychotherapist and a child of the military. After 9/11, it became increasingly obvious that the military and their families were having to bear an unaccustomed burden. Reserve and Guard units became essential to the missions abroad. Families with little experience of the military were ... more »
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