I believe that such (Hush) sessions are useful for our cancer support group patients and staff. We often treat symptoms with drugs, but if patients can tap their psychological reserves, they will be more aware of how they can help themselves instead of being filled with fear about the future.
…we first connected with Hush through a deaf member of our team. The most significant moments were at the end of the sessions where we were encouraged to share with others our experiences which created a stronger team bond…for many of us it was the realization that just making time in the day to take a short break in silence can be very refreshing and help relieve much of the stress we can get from work and life.
Hush TeaBar was with us last year and brought to our offices the wonderful experience of ‘Rush to Hush’. This social movement impressed me with its calm and creative approach to the social challenge of hearing impairment. Experiencing the TeaRitual at the Hush TeaBar was interesting on many levels, as it took me on a reflective journey. The TeaRistas from the silent world touched the hearts and souls of many at DBS.