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September 28th 2013:Special Encore Presentation: A Journey of Rediscovery ~ an Inspiring Interview with Krista Wissing, MFT and Scott Parkhurst

Krista Wissing, MFT, is a compassionate and skilled therapist who never forgot the college class she’d taken taught by John Fox of The Institute of Poetic Medicine (IPM). Years later, in partnership with Brain Injury Network of the Bay Area and IPM, she created The Rediscovery Project – A Poetic Journey for People Living with Traumatic Brain Injury. It is an expressive arts journey for survivors of Acquired Brain Injury. Over the course of 10 weeks, the participants opened themselves to one another through poetry and art. They sat in circle, took a risk, spoke up, listened well and became vuln

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Krista Wissing

Krista Wissing is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and holds a Masters Degree in Counseling Psychology and Expressive Arts Therapy from California Institute of Integral Studies. She has worked in a variety of clinical settings with people from all walks of life – brain injury survivors, elders diagnosed with Alzheimer’s, at-risk youth, trauma survivors, and women struggling with addiction and mental illness are among them. Krista enjoys working in the context of integrative health and currently studies Depth Hypnosis and Applied Shamanism with Isa Guiccardi, Ph.D. at Foundation of the Sacred Stream. She is an Institute of Poetic Medicine Poetry Partner and in 2012 created and launche
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Scott Parkhurst

Scott Parkhurst lives in the San Francisco Bay Area and is a participant of The Rediscovery Project, A Poetic Journey for People Living with Acquired Brain Injury. Scott suffered a Traumatic Brain Injury from a car accident when he was 7 yrs. old in which his parents and two other were killed. He spent 11 months in the hospital and recovered to such a degree as he as was able to serve in the military and later pursue careers in law enforcement and acting. Today, Scott serves as a movie and TV technical advisor.
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