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Wouldn’t Every Community Benefit from a Holistic Health Collective Like the River Guild?

The River Guild is a holistic health collective with community space serving Concord and Central New Hampshire. Their classes include yoga, healthy eating seminars, meditation, reading groups, author events, mindful parenting, art and children’s classes. Their philosophy is grounded in the firm belief … Continue reading

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Storytelling: Can this art help us change human behavior?

According to Jude Treder-Wolff, LCSW, CGP. MT  “Professionals in human services and health care can use storytelling to influence shifts in consciousness, change behavior and promote our work.”  Jude is a consultant/trainer a writer/performer, singer, storyteller creative arts psychotherapist and Applied … Continue reading

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Portsmouth Improv Learning Lab (PILL) Launched!

Recently, I facilitated the first ever PILL in the lovely seacoast town of Portsmouth, NH!  It is a fun name don’t you think?  Ten friends and colleagues came together to discover, play, connect, and learn how improv activities can help us … Continue reading

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