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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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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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