Storytelling with the CRC

In our panels, hear personal stories from clinicians, individuals, and families. Learn how their stories surrounding mental health will reduce stigma, provides education, and propels the power of healing.

Studies show that storytelling, a basic form of social expression,  elicits empathic responses from listeners and readers.

On a scientific level, as we listen to shared experiences, oxytocin floods the brain which allows us to form compassionate connections to the storyteller.