POETRY THERAPY ORGANIZATIONS

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A nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting growth and healing through metaphor, symbol and story, the National Association for Poetry Therapy (NAPT) is an international and interdisciplinary nonprofit organization. Its members come from all over the world, with different backgrounds and disciplinary backgrounds. Membership in the National Association for Poetry Therapy (NAPT) is open to anyone who shares their mission of promoting growth and healing through language, symbol and story.

The Creative Righting Center was founded by Sherry Reiter. It offers poetry therapy, training, and consultation for organizations, as well as speeches, workshops, and staff training. The organization also offers Poetry-Behind-Bars, a unique program designed to train high-security prisoners by distance, as well as a blog with nuggets of poetic wisdom and related resources.

The Pongo Poetry Project is a resource for teens who are in jail, living on the streets, or dealing with other challenges. It was founded by Richard Gold. Using poetry and other forms of writing, the program aims to help teens express themselves through writing and publishes anthologies of their work every year. Their website offers counselors and teachers a wide range of teaching resources, including writing activities, Pongo's theories and teen poems, as well as information about Pongo training options.

The Institute of Poetic Medicine was established by John Fox, who is also its director. The organization funds poetry partner programs, offers a resource center, and offers training programs in order to promote poetry as a healing force. The institute also provides onsite in-services for professionals in helping professions, as well as an ever-growing online interactive community that provides users with a variety of ways to participate.

NAME OF ORGANIZATION

DESCRIPTION

A nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting growth and healing through metaphor, symbol and story, the National Association for Poetry Therapy (NAPT) is an international and interdisciplinary nonprofit organization. Its members come from all over the world, with different backgrounds and disciplinary backgrounds. Membership in the National Association for Poetry Therapy (NAPT) is open to anyone who shares their mission of promoting growth and healing through language, symbol and story.

The Creative Righting Center was founded by Sherry Reiter. It offers poetry therapy, training, and consultation for organizations, as well as speeches, workshops, and staff training. The organization also offers Poetry-Behind-Bars, a unique program designed to train high-security prisoners by distance, as well as a blog with nuggets of poetic wisdom and related resources.

The Pongo Poetry Project is a resource for teens who are in jail, living on the streets, or dealing with other challenges. It was founded by Richard Gold. Using poetry and other forms of writing, the program aims to help teens express themselves through writing and publishes anthologies of their work every year. Their website offers counselors and teachers a wide range of teaching resources, including writing activities, Pongo's theories and teen poems, as well as information about Pongo training options.

The Institute of Poetic Medicine was established by John Fox, who is also its director. The organization funds poetry partner programs, offers a resource center, and offers training programs in order to promote poetry as a healing force. The institute also provides onsite in-services for professionals in helping professions, as well as an ever-growing online interactive community that provides users with a variety of ways to participate.

NAME OF ORGANIZATION

DESCRIPTION

A nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting growth and healing through metaphor, symbol and story, the National Association for Poetry Therapy (NAPT) is an international and interdisciplinary nonprofit organization. Its members come from all over the world, with different backgrounds and disciplinary backgrounds. Membership in the National Association for Poetry Therapy (NAPT) is open to anyone who shares their mission of promoting growth and healing through language, symbol and story.

The Creative Righting Center was founded by Sherry Reiter. It offers poetry therapy, training, and consultation for organizations, as well as speeches, workshops, and staff training. The organization also offers Poetry-Behind-Bars, a unique program designed to train high-security prisoners by distance, as well as a blog with nuggets of poetic wisdom and related resources.

The Pongo Poetry Project is a resource for teens who are in jail, living on the streets, or dealing with other challenges. It was founded by Richard Gold. Using poetry and other forms of writing, the program aims to help teens express themselves through writing and publishes anthologies of their work every year. Their website offers counselors and teachers a wide range of teaching resources, including writing activities, Pongo's theories and teen poems, as well as information about Pongo training options.

The Institute of Poetic Medicine was established by John Fox, who is also its director. The organization funds poetry partner programs, offers a resource center, and offers training programs in order to promote poetry as a healing force. The institute also provides onsite in-services for professionals in helping professions, as well as an ever-growing online interactive community that provides users with a variety of ways to participate.

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