TheKatalumaThinkTank

Dive Into Our Art Department and Let's Get Crafty!

Prescott Valley, Arizona On Etsy since 2020

TheKatalumaThinkTank

Dive Into Our Art Department and Let's Get Crafty!

Prescott Valley, Arizona | 0 Sales

Announcement    Welcome to The Kataluma Think Tank!
I'm Connie, an artsy, crafty mental health educator, Kataluma Adventure Host, and America's Homeless Recovery Coach.

My projects include coloring pages, lesson plans, word search puzzles, community service project ideas, ACEs education, and other trauma-informed projects for those who would like to learn about overcoming challenges passed down by previous generations.

I'm a survivor of homelessness that was rooted in childhood adversity, which is why many of my projects are mental health related, and also why my shop is called The Kataluma Think Tank!!

The arts are our favorite method of education, and we provide unique, one-of-a-kind projects that help families build… or re-build strong personal relationships. I intend to provide the best of the best in art, educational, and relationship study tools that will help families overcome life challenges and build the homes that will provide the entire family with a sense of safety, love, celebration, and a place to belong.

One of our primary goals is to help create a new national protocol for helping families who are homeless, and to create a prototype where communities can join forces on behalf of those who are seeking to overcome financial and relationship challenges that are bigger than they are equipped to handle on their own.

We invite you to join our family-friendly, armchair adventure in Social Studies, 101, Faith Edition... you know, just in case homelessness ever happens to you or someone you love!

We hope you enjoy our artsy, crafty adventure in making life beautiful, for ALL of U.S., and we look forward to getting acquainted.

With warmest regards,
Connie, Clara, and the rest of our Armchair Adventure Team

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Last updated on Dec 23, 2020

Welcome to The Kataluma Think Tank!
I'm Connie, an artsy, crafty mental health educator, Kataluma Adventure Host, and America's Homeless Recovery Coach.

My projects include coloring pages, lesson plans, word search puzzles, community service project ideas, ACEs education, and other trauma-informed projects for those who would like to learn about overcoming challenges passed down by previous generations.

I'm a survivor of homelessness that was rooted in childhood adversity, which is why many of my projects are mental health related, and also why my shop is called The Kataluma Think Tank!!

The arts are our favorite method of education, and we provide unique, one-of-a-kind projects that help families build… or re-build strong personal relationships. I intend to provide the best of the best in art, educational, and relationship study tools that will help families overcome life challenges and build the homes that will provide the entire family with a sense of safety, love, celebration, and a place to belong.

One of our primary goals is to help create a new national protocol for helping families who are homeless, and to create a prototype where communities can join forces on behalf of those who are seeking to overcome financial and relationship challenges that are bigger than they are equipped to handle on their own.

We invite you to join our family-friendly, armchair adventure in Social Studies, 101, Faith Edition... you know, just in case homelessness ever happens to you or someone you love!

We hope you enjoy our artsy, crafty adventure in making life beautiful, for ALL of U.S., and we look forward to getting acquainted.

With warmest regards,
Connie, Clara, and the rest of our Armchair Adventure Team

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