Our Mission

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For 25 years, Find Your Voice, Inc. (FYV) has helped people of all ages and backgrounds articulate and revise their stories, and develop the flexibility to change their lives. The award-winning FYV method uses the tools of acting and playwriting to enhance emotional literacy.

Narrative Workshops

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The method is always the same: workshops invite adult or youth participants of all backgrounds, with varying levels of experience, whether educators, learners, clinicians, parents, etc. to take a journey of self discovery through the articulation, revision and sharing of their narratives in a community of others.

Private Sessions

Gail Noppe-Brandon

For individuals, couples, and families interested in working in an intimate setting with a less structured approach, in-depth private narrative coaching sessions can be arranged with founder Gail Noppe-Brandon, LMSW, in-person or via teleconferencing. Share your story…re-vise your life.

Everyone Has A Story

Everyone has a story…
Some have lost the thread.
Others need a revision, or to resolve a conflict.
Some have never been listened to.
Others have lost meaning, or energy.
What’s your story?

FYV Coaches ask the right questions. Our process helps to unravel the riddles that divide you, from yourself.

Featured Posts

  • The Fourth “R”: Reflections on Sandy Hook from a Narrative Coach

    by Gail Noppe-Brandon, LMSW, Founder and Director of Find Your Voice What occurred inside that devastated school building in Sandy Hook, Connecticut on December 14, 2012 is a direct result of what does not often enough occur inside of school buildings: the study of emotional intelligence. Although this boy was apparently somewhere on the autism spectrum [...]

  • Learning From Ourselves

    By Gail Noppe-Brandon, LMSW The Find Your Voice method has long been employing the integrated studies of acting and playwriting, as a way of transforming lives. One of the benefits of leading people through the telling and sharing of their stories in dialogue form, is that — as Buddhist psychologist Jack Kornfield says, ‘we are [...]

  • Making Every Word Count

    Making Every Word Count By Gail Noppe-Brandon, LMSW, Founder, Find Your Voice What a gift it would be if every person had someone in their lives who said: “Tell me what I should know about you”…and then really listened to the answer; be it a doctor, a teacher, a parent, a friend, or a therapist. [...]