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Experience the Goldmine for ‘Soft’ Skill Development! Medical Improv w/ Beth Boynton & Judy Ringer!

Imagine a workshop that will help you and/or your staff communicate, collaborate, and lead more effectively!  One that will be so much fun you won’t even realize you’re working!  And  positive results that will ripple out into your life and workplace … Continue reading

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Medical Improv Status Activities: Don’t Miss this Cutting Edge Video!

High and low status behaviors are going on all around us all the time and we can be intentional about using them wisely!  If this program with these objectives pique your interest please join Shirley Cress Dudley, MA LPC NCC FACMPE, founder of … Continue reading

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Using Status Behaviors Wisely as Clinicians

There is a fascinating discussion about status and human behavior in Keith Johnstone’s seminal book for actors, “Impro“.  He maintains that vying for high or low status positions in our relationships is going on constantly and that as audience members … Continue reading

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