we are all stars

THE DRYADES & OREIADES were the beautiful Nymphs of the trees, groves, woods and mountain forests. They were the ladies of the oaks and pines, poplar and ash, apple and laurel. For those known as Hamadryades, trees sprung up from the earth at their birth, trees to which their lives were closely tied. While the tree flourished, so did its resident nymph, but when it died she passed away with it.

THE DRYADES & OREIADES were the beautiful Nymphs of the trees, groves, woods and mountain forests. They were the ladies of the oaks and pines, poplar and ash, apple and laurel. For those known as Hamadryades, trees sprung up from the earth at their birth, trees to which their lives were closely tied. While the tree flourished, so did its resident nymph, but when it died she passed away with it.

after finishing the ccar recovery coach training on august 1, i asked the new coaches 3 questions –

  1. why did you decide to do this recovery coach training?
  2. what was your experience working wih “colorado mental wellness network”?
  3. how did you like the ccar curriculum?

the following is an edited down version of 8 of the 9 participants responses.

withouta  doubt, i am comletely thrilled with the entire experience. cmwn is a great organization to work with. the trainees were hungry for information and support. and tim ryerson with tnt productions did a remarkable job with the video.

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