The Syrian Refugee Creative Therapy Project – Chapter 7, Part 2

The Syrian Refugee Creative Therapy Project
Chapter 7, Part 2 Conclusion:

… Benjamin Swatez and Aaron Wagner each had a dream and were throwing in all their chips to live these dreams while both living in the Skagit Valley of northwestern Washington, only a 20 minute drive apart, without ever crossing paths. Benjamin, the art director/mentor of Chime In and director of Colors of Love: Healing Through Art, came across an international photographer in Goma, DR Congo,

Syrian Refugee Art Therapy Project – Chapter 7 – Part 1

Chapter 7 – Part 1: Conclusion of the Syrian Refugee Art Therapy Project in Jordan!

The only thing better than “I have a dream” is “We have a dream”! As a team, how big can we dream? Well… The results within a time-span of five weeks in Jordan are mind blowing! Hundreds of Syrian Refugee and Jordanian youth engaged in multiple forms of creative healing and expression, 7 original songs were written and sung, a couple thousand drawings and paintings were created,

Syrian Refugee Art Therapy Project – Chapter 6

Chapter 6: Internal Reflections From Za’atari Refugee Camp

As the Save the Children vehicle pulled up to the gate of Za’atari, the time had come to present our permission letter and step foot, brush, camera and microphone onto the grounds of the heavily restricted area where thousands of white tents serve as temporary housing structures. At one time the population reached above 130,000, with a current official count by UNHCR of 92,000 Syrian refugees, and unofficially, 115,000 people.