Association for Applied & Therapeutic Humor Announces April 2018 Conference on Resilience!

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The Association for Applied and Therapeutic Humor (AATH) is non-profit, member driven, international community of humor and laughter professionals and enthusiasts. Formed in 1987 by Registered Nurse, Alison L. Crane, AATH provides its members the education, cutting-edge resources, and supportive community they need to excel in the practice and promotion of healthy humor.

This organization is and has been on my radar because improv and humor are shared interests.  I love the work they are doing!  If you are interested to learn more there is lots of great stuff on the AATH.org website.

They are holding their 28th annual conference in San Diego, CA this year and it is entitled:

Resilience: Harnessing the Power of Humor!

Doesn’t it sound great?

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