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the Society for Arts in Healthcare

By June 1, 2011 - 11:52am

I want to let you all know about the Society for Arts In healthcare (www.thesah.org) This international organization based in Wa.DC supports, promotes and facilitates the arts in all aspects of the health care field - from educating medical practitioners, to staff, patients and caregivers, groups for particular health issues and the physical medical environment itself.

The empowerment of the arts as a means by which each of us can understand, revision and balance ourselves cannot be underestimated. When brought directly into the arena of health care the arts have the capacity of facilitate wellness in measurable ways.

I am running a webinar on JUNE 8th at 2 ET through the SAH, with whom I am a consultant.
It is called: SUSTAINING THE VISION WITHOUT LOSING THE LIGHT: Growing an Organization from Inspiration to Board
You can enroll at: http://www.thesah.org/events/webinars.cfm

This is for new organizations and others going through change, to assist with administrative and structural development. One of the greatest challenges for groups in bringing the arts into the community is the How. Regardless of if you are a dedicated arts group bringing theatre, dance, music or art to the community or if you are specifically wokring within the healthcare environment, your organization will have the same needs and challenges in terms of organization and sustainabllty.

This webinar will assist you to handle that with grace, knowledge and good health!

Group Leader

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