Guest: Sharyl Kato, Rainbow Project Director and Therapist
The affects of stress, trauma, physical or emotional abuse in the home can live with a child throughout their lives. That’s why prevention, early intervention and treatment for children and families who have experienced some form of trauma is so critical.
On this program, Sharyl Kato describes how the Rainbow Project provides restorative healing and hope for young children and families living with the negative affects of trauma and helps them build a foundation for the mastery of life sustaining skills.
The public is invited to attend community screenings of the film, “Paper Tiger,” May 5 from 6:30-9:00 pm at Memorial High School and May 12 from noon-2:30 pm at the Goodman Center.