The Center for Narrative Practice provides deep critical training in how stories work, both personally and culturally, and the ability to apply this knowledge to everyday life by using narrative practice, the creative arts, and the study of story as a bridge towards deeper connections in interdisciplinary and inter-professional education.

The training and education the Center offers is for professionals, scholars, graduate students, and all those interested in the applications of narrative and creativity in their respective fields. Through traditional programs, low-residency and online programs, and partnerships with other academic institutions and organizations, the Center broadens the applications for narrative and creative skills locally and internationally.

A registered 501c3 non-profit corporation, the Center is primarily self-funded by its range of educational offerings and activities, and augmented by grants, private donors, and fundraising activities.


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