In 2017 I finished my Master’s degree in the Community Development and Planning program at Clark University. While the program itself was enriching, most of my education during that time stemmed from a mugging that occurred in the Fall of 2015.
This writing explores the relationship of narrative and analytical language, both in content and form, as a means to address the translation barrier between those who carry psychological trauma and the systems of care (formal and informal) that they interact with.
Read the full paper here: A Moment Became the Season
Below are the narrative pieces pulled from the larger work: