I will support you, using the AWA writing method,
to find your voice and to write your story
in a safe and confidential environment.
I have spent the majority of my teaching career working with at risk, marginalized and challenged adolescents in alternative settings. A few years into my career I gave birth to a beautiful daughter. She was born with Triple x Syndrome. At the age of six, she was diagnosed with epilepsy. As she entered her teen years she developed PTSD and a personality disorder. The combination of these illnesses altered both her life and mine significantly. I began to write our story.
I will support you, through the AWA writing method, to find your voice and to write your story in a safe and confidential environment. I know you have a story you want to write, yet may waver. Don’t let self-doubts dominate your decision. I’d like to share with you a phrase from Pat Schneider, the founder of AWA “Any person who writes, is a writer.”
I have had the privilege of being taught by Sue Reynolds and James Dewar both published writers, teachers and publishers. They helped me to find my voice, encouraged me to write my story, and gently steered me towards the completion of my novel. I have also studied poetry with Barry Dempster a published Canadian poet
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