The TARA Approach
is available to communities in need under the auspices of the Dom
Project, the 501.c.3 non-profit umbrella for all TARA Approach programs
The Dom Project is named for Domingo Orejudos, the
first person to die of AIDS in Boulder County, Colorado. His healing
death inspired Dr. Mines and her husband, environmental attorney
Robert E. Yuhnke, to share the resources they used for Dom with
The TARA Approach service programs
Programs for family birthing unit staff.
- VETERANS FAMILIES UNITED:
Clinical research using subtle energy medicine and storytelling in the treatment of autism. www.VeteransFamiliesUnited.org
- The PARTERA Project:
Offering training for midwives in Mexico.
- The PEACEMAKERS WELLBEING Project:
Regeneration for caregivers and peacemakers.
- Training for the staff of domestic violence
- Training for the staff of AIDS service