Woodland Park Zoo Once Again Gifts Families with Free Admission to WildLights Festival

Thanks to the generosity of the Woodland Park Zoo and Sound’s membership in the King County Kinship Collaboration, Sound’s Child & Family Services (CFS) clients were invited to attend the zoo’s much celebrated WildLights festival.

Auburn Intern Drawn to Art : Guest Writer, Victoria Force

by Victoria Force, Child and Family Services   What is art therapy? Art therapy is an evidence-based mental health practice in which a trained art therapist utilizes art materials and other forms of expression to aid clients in their therapeutic journey. Art therapy can look like traditional talk therapy with art directives and materials used … Continue Reading »

Sound’s Holiday Stress Tips

Although stress is a natural part of life, left unchecked it can affect your health, peace of mind, and your relationships. We invite you check out these tips on how to deal with any holiday stress that may arise.

2018 Annual IMAGINE Luncheon: A Successful Sequel

Building on the success of last year’s IMAGINE luncheon, Sound, led by Chief Development Officer Sue Bean, raised more than $160,000, with more donations coming in.

Second Annual Fundraiser, IMAGINE, Nov 8!

Each year, families, children and youth in distress turn to Sound for support. Whether it is trouble in school, the traumas of domestic violence or other issues impacting children and parents, Sound believes it’s critical to support them whenever they need us. In just a few weeks, Sound will celebrate its work serving children and … Continue Reading »