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Does Theatre Matter in Healthcare? Little Theatre in Brooklyn Offers Help & Hope for Interfaith Medical Center!

  It seems that the power of theatre & community is alive and well in Brooklyn, NY!  I was talking with my son on the phone today, (he is a Theatre Education Specialist and lives in Brooklyn) and he told … Continue reading

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Can “Improv for Healthcare Professionals’ Help Us to Provide Safe, Quality Care & Enjoy Rewarding Careers?

So much of what we study for careers in healthcare is clinical,  scientific, and can be learned from a book, whereas developing relational competencies such as empathy, self-awareness, and management of our feelings is more about behavioral learning and inherently involves others.  For instance , we … Continue reading

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