Type of Services:
For over 30 years A Window Between Worlds (AWBW) has partnered with service providers who work with survivors of trauma to incorporate trauma informed, healing art workshops to support the work they do. We have partners who use the AWBW art workshops with the people they serve, their staff, volunteers, to further awareness and fundraising initiatives, and beyond. More than just a training, the AWBW program is an ongoing network of support where we learn from one another, share resources via our ever growing on-line curriculum and continue to grow year after year as a community.
Type of Provider:
A leader in creativity and mental wellness, AWBW supports hundreds of direct service organizations across the country to incorporate creative expression into their work with trauma survivors. AWBW’s training in facilitating art as a tool for transformation and healing, along with our library of curriculum and ongoing support, strengthens our program partners’ ability to better assist the individuals and communities they serve.
AWBW partners with all service providers and community members working within any setting.
Length of Program/Number of sessions:
Art workshop facilitators are encouraged to explore what works best for their art program. AWBW honors and recognizes each facilitator knows what works best for them, their participants, and their agency.
AWBW continually hones and adds to our curriculum to provide collaborating programs with art workshops that best meet the needs of their specific population and setting. Our curriculum consists of over 600+ workshops searchable by age-level, art supply, emotional theme and more with links to tips, highlights, quotes and variations created by hundreds of Windows Facilitators.
Types of trauma addressed:
All forms of trauma.