“Creative Food For Your Soul: Featuring Artists For Trauma” Click the link below to watch Laura Sharpe’s interview with ‘The CP Life’ host, Anna Montaldo. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uHhFWOv0yIw...

“Art Transmutes, Art Transcendes: Laura Sharpe and Artists For Trauma” Click the link below to read Laura Sharpe’s interview with Positive Vibes Magazine. https://positivevibesmag.com/2021/08/12/art-transmutes-art-transcends-laura-sharpe-and-artists-for-trauma/...

“There's Healing in Art - Laura Sharpe's Non-Profit Helps Trauma Survivors Thrive” Click the link below to read Laura Sharpe’s interview with Jejune Magazine. https://www.jejunemagazine.com/home/aft...

Artists for Trauma is proud to highlight Zinnia Moreno as she leads another creative workshop for our community. Zinnia and her 8 year old sister, Jazzy, will work with 20 young women to express their uniqueness by creating a collage masterpiece and learn new techniques...

From the Ground UP! Laura Sharpe, CEO and Founder of Artists for Trauma, joins Chelsie Hill of the Rollette’s on a virtual panel to discuss ‘entrepreneurship and making your idea a reality’. Laura and Chelsie were also joined by Keely Cat-Wells, Kelsey Ledezma and Maegan...

June is Post Traumatic Stress Disorder Awareness Month BrainLine.org is “is a national multimedia project offering authoritative information and support to anyone whose life has been affected by brain injury or PTSD.” Our community partner, Josh O'Brien, is a war veteran and comedian who uses laughter to...

Blatantly Honest with Makaila Nichols’ podcast “shines a new light on your favorite celebrities, influencers and experts. [She] invites you to hear the real, unglamorous and challenging struggles that your role models have overcome. [Her] show serves as a reminder that you are not alone...

Artists for Trauma supports a community of survivors, thrivers and difference makers through art and medical collaboration.  We are proud to support St. Johns Well Child and Family Center to advance equity, fairness and allocating community resources, to empower and address the needs of all...

Artists for Trauma, (AFT) supports a community of survivors thrivers and difference makers through art and medical collaboration.  We are proud to support the 1736 Family Crisis Center in their response to the growing needs of victims of domestic violence, runaway and homeless youth, victims...