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Radio

On March 14 at 2:30 ET, I will join Dr. Gloria and Dr. Heidi Horsley, bereaved parent/sibling on their weekly Open to Hope Internet radio show on CBS. The Horsleys founded Opentohope.com (a great resource). They are international experts on finding hope after loss. Their personal journey and the stories of their guests seek to inspire and motivate listeners to embrace the life they’ve been given. I will post the archived link after the interview on September 25, 2011.

In the News

NBC 7 Washington covered Trauma to Art’s inaugural event. Read about the event here. Watch the clip on NBC.

The Internet Printed Word

For a list of my articles on Open to Hope, click here.

Eternal Bond: When a Daughter Loses Her Mother Read this Trauma to Art recommendation from Matt Mercer, M.S., LPC, CHt, Author, and Webmaster of MercerGriefScope.com.

Grieving at a Young Age on Heartache to Healing An amazing woman and now friend, Joanne Funch, asked me to contribute a piece to her site, Heartache to Healing. Her site is an inspiring resource, and one of the best I’ve found. An excerpt from my article will appear in Joanne’s forthcoming book.

Stephanie Baffone is a licensed, board certified mental health therapist, Delaware’s own “Dear Abby” advice columnist for The Community News, and the love and loss expert columnist at Webby Award nominated Savvy Auntie. She is a (yay!) big supporter of Trauma to Art. Read Lauren Muscarella’s guest post about start of Trauma to Art on her site. (P.S. Have a burning question? Email Stephanie. It might make her next column!)

Behind the Scenes on Trauma to Art on The Chicago to DC POV: Read this Q&A with founder Lauren Muscarella and contributor Tara Shlimowitz.

Events

Grieving in Plain Site 2012 presented by Northwest Woman Magazine. This event will take place in Spokane, Wash. in August 2012. Lauren Muscarella is very excited to be presenting a Creative Expressions Workshop in such amazing company. To attend contact Sandy Brosam.

For press inquiries or speaking engagements, please email or send a tweet.

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