Building Relationships and Communities in Healthcare through Writing Workshops

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“At a time when human connection is at an all-time low and demands on social supports are at an overwhelming high, programs like WCC’s offer a non-clinical alternative to more traditional interventions.”

In a recent guest story for Narrative-Based Medicine Lab, the WCC team shares the methodology that informed a series of writing workshops for patients and staff at Trillium Health Partners, and insights they took away from this model of writing in the community.

Read the Narrative-Based Medicine Lab blog here.

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