Channah Magori, born in Cincinnati, Ohio in 1955 is both a US and Israeli citizen. She is an English language poet and has resided in Jerusalem for 32 years. She earned her Master’s Degree in Creative Writing from the Shaindy Rudoff Creative Writing Program at Bar Ilan University in Ramat Gan, Israel. Her published works of poetry and prose have been published in; Poetica Journal, Minamamakim Journal, The Canadian Jewish Press, B’nai Brit Magazine, Voices, and her 2nd Generation Holocaust Poetry has been anthologized in Blood to Remember: American Poets on the Holocaust. She is currently residing in Montreal while completing her training as a CAPF (Certified Applied Poetry Facilitator) under the National Association for Poetry Therapy and the National Federation of Biblio/Poetry Therapy. She is a trained and licensed Occupational Therapist and works with special needs children/early childhood intervention. She uses The Power of Words/Transformational Language Arts to facilitate ‘Writing for Catharsis, Healing and Creativity Workshops’ in Montreal for: children-at-risk, adolescents-at-risk, nursing students, Holocaust survivors, developmental groups, and the fragile elderly. She plans to return to Israel and facilitate the interactive Poetry/Bibliotherapy process with all populations: including victims of terror suffering from post traumatic stress disorder and soldiers in the Israeli Defense Force. She hopes to establish a "Poetry for Peace" writing forum that will create a safe place for adversarial cousins to meet and find their individual and collective poetry of healing.