Girls' development

"The Real Inside Story" (TRIS)

nonprofit/ngo/citizen sector

Choice & Consequence sends registered nurses to classrooms. Students put on gloves and compare the difference between healthy human organs and those damaged by substance abuse. TRIS uses the organs, humor, interactive activities, storytelling, and take home materials to educate youth and families about the impact of substance abuse.

The Ascending Families Program

The neighborhoods east of the AnacostiaRiver in the WashingtonDC have a poverty rate of 36 percent and are plagued by substandard schools and the highest crime rates in the city. Children living in these areas face extreme challenges, and many have low self-esteem, substance abuse problems, school failure, and delinquency issues; moreover, serious behavioral and emotional disorders are on the rise.



Washington, DC
Washington, DC
United States
38° 53' 42.6948" N, 77° 2' 3.7212" W

Numberama: Artistic Psychology and Mathematical Giftedness

nonprofit/ngo/citizen sector

      I have developed a unique mathematics enrichment program that I refer to as "Numberama," that explores fascinating patterns of numbers to enhance the appreciation of mathematics as an enjoyable, stimulating, challenging, and recreational educational activity.   I have recently conducted my Numberama program with gifted children in Maine, with exceptional results.


Parents Forum

nonprofit/ngo/citizen sector
In Parents Forum our mission is to foster honest, respectful and caring communications in families.  We do this by helping parents and their allies develop emotional awareness both in workshops -- organized by community groups in schools and other settings -- and individually.


nonprofit/ngo/citizen sector

Producing Green book on Community Mental health. Organizing Public consultations on Communiry Mental Health in Macedonia. Draft the strategy and proposals to the Government.

Volunteers In Psychotherapy

nonprofit/ngo/citizen sector

Volunteers in Psychotherapy (VIP) makes strictly private therapy available to anyone, regardless of their ability to pay or possession of health insurance. People earn their therapy in exchange for documented volunteer work they donate elsewhere, independently and privately, for the nonprofit, charitable or government agency of their choice.