Hope and Haven Initiative, http://hopeandhaven.org, teaches healing practices specifically designed for the practitioner to shift his/her nervous system. Especially good for vets and anyone with PTSD
The Georgia Conflict Center, http://gaconflict.org/, teaches non-violent communication. Their motto is “Conflict is inevitable. Violence is not.” They are an inspiring force for positive change.
An exciting new organization, Remembering Forward, rememberingforward.org, sponsors story circles as well as real people telling their stories on podcasts.
The Healing Muse addresses issues of medicine through poetry, fiction and essays,http://www.upstate.edu/bioethics/
Ars Medica, a literary journal dedicated to the interface between Arts and Medicine: http://ars-medica.ca/
Narrative Matters, http://narrativematters.com/info.html
Literature and Medicine. For more than a quarter of a century, Literature and Medicine has been exploring.Issues of illness, health, medical practice, trauma, and the body are examined through literary and cultural texts.http://muse.jhu.edu/journals/literature_and_medicine/
The Arts and Health Alliance, https://www.artsandhealthalliance.org/, is at the forefront for healing and the arts. Wonderful data base of research.
Narrative Therapy Institute. If you are interested in Narrative Therapy, check out this website. The art work is great too!www.narrativetherapyinstitute.com
The Journal of Poetry Therapy. Essays about the use of poetry therapy, as well as poetry!www.tandf.co.uk/journals/titles/08893675.asp
SurLaLune Fairy Tale Site: Texts and commentary: a wonderful resource for working with archetypal stories,www.SurLaLunefairytales.com
A Healing Library, an eclectic and annotated catalog of stories, poems, novels, books, essays, and tales, all with the potential to catalyze and contribute to healing. www.oneyearofwritingandhealing.com/a_healing_library
Wellness and Writing Connections. People exploring issues related to wellness and writing. http://www.wellnessandwritingconnections.com/
An oncology site that promotes the use of the arts to help people express, and thereby better manage, pain and feelings, is Mesothelioma, http://www.mesotheliomasymptoms.com
Speaking of asbestos, also check out Mesothelioma.Net: http://mesothelioma.net. They provide mesothelioma patients with free support, education, and referrals to experienced mesothelioma doctors. They currently are a sponsor of the American Cancer Society, MD Anderson Cancer Center, the Make a Wish Foundation and the National Patient Travel Center. Mesothelioma is a rare, little- understood cancer, but help is out there.For help with the legal aspect of mesothelioma, including mesothelioma settlement information, go to MesotheliomaLawyerCenter.org.
Sleep Help Institute “People living with cancer are dealing with a range of conditions that make life more challenging: frequent doctor’s appointments, painful symptoms, uncomfortable side effects, and more. Trouble sleeping is yet another complication and its effects are pervasive.” Sleephelp.org: https://www.sleephelp.org/cancer-sleep/
An excellent resource for those dealing with mental health and addiction issues is from AddictionGroup.org, “Alcohol Effects, Addiction Treatment, and Resources” https://www.addictiongroup.org/alcohol