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Second October Newsletter from DE-CRUIT

Stephan and Dawn look back on their 4,000 miles of driving conducting DE-CRUIT courses in 4 different cities, and holding DE-CRUIT workshops in Alaska and so many other activities. See below this newsletter, and also the page cataloging all DE-CRUIT newsletters to-date (available under the “Articles/Clips” page). DE-CRUIT Newsletter (October 2018 #2) DE-CRUIT Newsletters Archive

WSKG Interview with Stephan on his journey, Cry Havoc!, and DE-CRUIT

Stephan has very recently performed an interview with WSKG, as the Franklin Stage Company brought him back in his one-man stage show “Cry Havoc!”. In the interview Stephan discusses his experience in the military, Cry Havoc!, and his work with DE-CRUIT as well helping veterans deal with post-traumatic stress through Shakespeare and science. The interview can be listened to at …

New Upcoming DE-CRUIT Programs

For veterans seeking to participate in DE-CRUIT in cities Leigh Valley, PA; Saratoga Springs, NY; Samaritan Village (NYC), NY; East Village CREATE Lab (NYC), NY, please see the attached flyer regarding very soon upcoming DE-CRUIT programs. If you are interested in participating, please contact Stephan Wolfert as soon as possible at 323-533-2847 | Stephan@decruit.org. DE-CRUIT Flyer July-October 2018

New Upcoming DE-CRUIT Programs

For veterans seeking to participate in DE-CRUIT in cities Leigh Valley, PA; Saratoga Springs, NY; Samaritan Village (NYC), NY; East Village CREATE Lab (NYC), NY, please see the attached flyer regarding very soon upcoming DE-CRUIT programs. If you are interested in participating, please contact Stephan Wolfert as soon as possible at 323-533-2847 | Stephan@decruit.org. DE-CRUIT Flyer July-October 2018

DE-CRUIT Presents at 2018 GoldLab Symposium [Video]

Stephan Wolfert presented for DE-CRUIT at the GoldLab Symposium in May. The Symposium brings together critical thinkers in bioscience, medicine, public policy, and the humanities to discuss complexities and barriers for improving health care in a straightforward, understandable, and approachable way. It helps to foster an informed community to create connections, collaborations, and relationships among presenters, participants, and the public; …

New Scholarly Publication on Theatre-Based Treatment

The article, entitled “A Trauma-Informed Analysis of Monologues Constructed by Military Veterans in a Theatre-Based Treatment Program”, has just been published in the journal Qualitative Research in Psychology – its authors are Alisha Ali, Stephan Wolfert, Jocelin E. McGovern, Jennifer Nguyen, and Adam Aharoni. See the article at the link below. Ali, Wolfert, McGovern, Nguyen & Aharoni (2018). A trauma-informed …