Breaking Through Barriers To Change-Smithtown, NY-7/11, (Med Improv Book Goes to Next Two Who….)

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Leading change initiatives anyone?  

I’ve learned and continue to learn so much from cutting edge improv/MSW/teacher, Jude Treder-Wolff!  I want you to know about her next workshop!

AND… I’ve given her a couple of copies of my new book, “Medical Improv:  A New Way to Improve Communication” to give away at this workshop too.

SOOOO….the next two peeps who sign up will get one!

…AND, I’m pretty sure that everyone who signs up will have a wonderful opportunity to learn how applied improvisation can be used to….

Breaking Through Barriers to Change!

In this workshop, learn games and exercises for use in groups, classes, and individual work. These are powerful tools that therapists and educators in any area of practice can use to share information in a highly engaging way and provide hands-on interpersonal, creative thinking, and problem-solving skills.

The creation of something new is not accomplished by the intellect but by the play instinct.  –Carl Jung

What else is Jude up to in NY?  A LOT!

Check out: (mostly) TRUE THINGS – the storytelling show she Icreated and hosts- at STORYFEST next Friday, July 14, at 9:30 pm, at The Pit Loft, 154 W 29th St., New York, NY. And her new show “This Isn’t Helping” which will be part of Speak Up! Rise Up! storytelling festival to be performed on Tues Aug. 15 at 9:30 pm.

I highly recommend her work!

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