If you’ve been to the Wendt Center’s NW office recently, you may have noticed our art installation piece, Mourning Morning, by local artist, Aline Martinez. The piece offers a variety of textures from ceramic “columns” to birds cut from delicate tissue paper and suspended with string. Aline was also a client of the Wendt Center.… read more»
We at the Wendt Center for Loss and Healing are deeply concerned for the toddlers, children, adolescents, and their parents who have been traumatically separated at our border with Mexico. As clinical professionals with extensive first-hand experience in the treatment of traumatized children and adults, we join our voices with those expressing alarm. Many experts… read more»
School-Based Mental Health Services Receive Ceremonial Resolution from DC State Board of Education WASHINGTON, DC – April 18, 2018 – The DC State Board of Education (SBOE) recognized the Resilient Scholars Project (RSP), a program of the Wendt Center for Loss and Healing, with a ceremonial resolution. This honor represents DC SBOE’s conviction that… read more»
We are so thankful to Muslim Nannies for this great interview with Wendt Center Executive Director, Michelle Palmer. Path to Recovery: Dismantling Trauma with Michelle Palmer from Wendt Center for Loss and Healing. Posted by Muslim Nannies on Wednesday, March 7, 2018
Camper application is now available for the Wendt Center’s 19th annual grief camp for children and teens, which will take place June 29 – July, 1, 2018. Click here to access the camper and volunteer applications and more information for campers, families, and volunteers.