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Sue Rogge

Family Support Partnership Program
Tacoma/Pierce County WA State Health Department

Bob Wilson

Former Rotary District Governor

"I gave out the CDs to most of my families last month. This month I am asking if the children enjoyed listening to the CD. This song is a positive hit with the children. They want to listen to it several times over. This CD is introducing vocabulary and is building self esteem—making the children feel good about themselves...both child and parent listen to the CD together, this also gives the parent some tools of how they may talk to their child. Thank you for sharing your CD with so many families of young children."

"I had the privilege of hearing Pamela's performance and enjoyed it enormously. She displays subtle humor effectively with an originality that made her message most meaningful. I confidently recommend this program."

psychology student

Seattle University

"The (stream of consciousness) exercise was almost astonishing. You said it would surprise us, it really did…I can’t recall any other moments I could let words come to me so spontaneously."

Gail Fitzhugh

Arts Educator

 

Glenn

Powerful Schools parent workshop

 "…so glad to see work that is strengthening the heart and affirming growth and light."

"I wish all men would look at their past and see how it influences them now—that’s the key to being effective—I’m still learning. Please call us when you do another class."

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Emotion Literacy Advocates (ELA) is a nonprofit 501(c)3 organization comprised of a group of generative artists and social activists in Seattle who came together at the turn of the millennium to further ELA's mission: to create learning forums for insight into emotion through language and the arts.