Live Happy Editorial Director, Deborah K. Heisz talks with Steve Leventhal, executive director of CorStone, about a needed practice for choosing joy: Resilience.
My name is Aditi, and I am a Master Trainer in the Girls First program in Bihar, India. I would like to tell you a story of one of the amazing things I have witnessed during my time with Girls First: girls standing up to gender discrimination. Girls First is a program for 7-8 grade […]
October 12, 2011 Steve Leventhal, Executive Director When I walk thru the slums of India I often find myself reflecting on the phrase “Giving and receiving are the same”, a core principle in the work of Attitudinal Healing as well as many other value systems and philosophies. I wrote the below on the way back from […]
October 9, 2011 Kate Sachs, Program Associate, CorStone Sonal stands in her uniform in front of Sarvajanik High School Sonal is a vibrant 15 year old girl with a passion for life who recently completed CorStone’s Children’s Resiliency Program for Girls in India. In this photograph, she stands in her school uniform outside of the government-run […]
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Press Inquiries: Diana Iles Parker Spoken Media (US) 415.388.8281 (o) (US) 415.225.8121 (c) firstname.lastname@example.org Evidence-based Program a “first” for children living in Gujarat’s slums Surat, India – January 27, 2011 – CorStone, a U.S.-based nonprofit, kicked-off a 5-day training in Surat, India today to prepare fifty school teachers and community workers to […]