DiscoverChicago Psychology PodcastEncore Presentation: Childhood Fractured: Preventing Child Abuse through Art
Encore Presentation: Childhood Fractured: Preventing Child Abuse through Art

Encore Presentation: Childhood Fractured: Preventing Child Abuse through Art

Update: 2019-12-24
Share

Description

In this encore presentation of episode 8 of the Chicago Psychology Podcast, Dr, Hoye speaks with Allen Vandever. Allen is a contemporary artist who founded and runs Childhood Fractured, a non-profit artist collective in the Irving Park neighborhood of Chicago, IL. Childhood Fractured educates the public about childhood sexual abuse and works toward prevention. Allen utilizes his own history of childhood abuse and his journey of recovery to turn trauma into art and narrative that transforms and heals. Allen discusses his own journey of healing, and the inception, growth and goals of Childhood Fractured. The "Little Shop," as they refer to it, also contains a coffee roasting facility, and provides free coffee, music, and a chance to have a conversation about surviving and thriving childhood sexual abuse.  

Show Notes: 

Childhood Fractured's Website

The Center for Disease Control's (CDC) Information Page for Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs)

Other links mentioned: 

The Heidelberg Project 

An Interview with Dr. Suzana Flores on Marvel's Wolverine 

Comments 
loading
In Channel
loading
Download from Google Play
Download from App Store
00:00
00:00
1.0x

0.5x

0.8x

1.0x

1.25x

1.5x

2.0x

3.0x

Encore Presentation: Childhood Fractured: Preventing Child Abuse through Art

Encore Presentation: Childhood Fractured: Preventing Child Abuse through Art

Chicago Psychology Podcast