The Power of Your Story: An Intro to Narrative Healthcare with Anthony Layman
June 11 @ 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm
How does your story impact your health? Anthony Layman will introduce us to the field of Narrative Healthcare — how it began, what it is, and the ways in which it can empower greater well-being. He will share recent evidence for the therapeutic benefits of this modality and how creative outlets serve both practitioners and patients. Ultimately, Narrative Healthcare is a powerful bridge between the arts and medicine. Join us for this class: free, virtual, and open to the community at large!
Anthony Layman is a graduate student in Lenoir-Rhyne University’s Masters in Fine Arts program in Writing with a Narrative Health certificate. It is only the second nationally accredited program of its kind, along with the Medical School at Columbia University. Anthony received his Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Frostburg State University. His writing has been featured in Journey Christian Magazine and The Salisbury Post. Most Saturdays he can be found at a local book store working on his nonfiction book. He has been a proud resident of western North Carolina for eight years.
If you are interested in attending the class, please register prior to June 11 at 12:00pm by clicking on this link: https://integrativefamily-med-asheville.as.me/?appointmentType=14488906. The class is free and open to the community at large. Zoom Meeting details will be included in the confirmation email received after registering. This class will be recorded, edited to protect participant privacy, and the final version will be made available here.