Doesn’t this sound fantastic? Connect, Communicate, & Innovate: The Improviser’s Mindset in Learning & Change

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Check out this interesting sponsored post from Husson College! (2)I’ll be headed to NYC this coming June 11th to attend this exciting workshop with Jude Treder-Wolff, LCSW, CGP, MT!  She is  a trainer/consultant, writer/performer and creative arts psychotherapist with 30 years experience as a clinician in private practice, inpatient and outpatient clinical settings.  I’m excited to participate in this ground-breaking work and hope to see some of you there!

Psychotherapists and health care providers are constantly managing uncertainty, i work with clients navigating the process of change and in the increasingly complex networks in the social world. Improvisation is one of the most effective methods for strengthening the capacity to pilot through these tensions and maximize the opportunities presented by uncertainty and complexity. Training in improvisation focuses on a way of thinking and of relating based on emotional connection, empowered communication and creative collaboration that enhances creativity, positive energy and renewed perspectives on problems.  In this workshop you will learn innovative and immediately-useful techniques for helping clients discover their triggers when faced with uncertainty and deal with them in new and different ways. It will be experiential will include discussion of clinical applications and the research that supports these methods for advancing treatment goals for behavior change.

Learn more/register!

Also, Jude has written some great posts for us at “Confident Voices in Health Care”Jude saying something in performance

Learning Improv is a New Frontier for Many, How Do You Increase Comfort Levels?

Why is Emotional Intelligence SO Important for Mental Health Clinicians, Healthcare Professionals, Educators & Consultants?

How Does Improv Integrate Cognition, Emotion, and Action?

How Does Improv Help Clinicians to Think on Their Feet?


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