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Medical Improv: For Healing Trauma & Promoting the Quintessential Dimensions of Humanity!

I’m reading a great book by Dr. Bessel Van Der Kolk, called, “The Body Keeps the Score” and reviewed here by Applied Improv colleague, Kay Ross. Much of his work centers around emotional trauma most notably PTSD among veterans and … Continue reading

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My Voice: Lost and Found

Last winter I took a ‘Storytelling’ workshop with Pat Spaulding in the Winter of 2015.  I started out with a little story about working at a convenience store when I was a teenager. Little did I know that working on … Continue reading

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‘Crabs in a Bucket’ Metaphor in Nursing

Do you know the story about how a bunch of crabs behave in a bucket? I won’t tell you but Keith Carlson has a great post about it and b/c it was so well read, has a follow-up podcast on … Continue reading

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