Improv Comedy for Therapists

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Improv Comedy for Therapists

IMPROV COMEDY FOR THERAPISTS

WHAT: FREE IMPROV WORKSHOP
WHEN: FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21, 4-6PM
WHERE: River Park Community Center 301 11th Street North, Naples, FL

I’m inviting you to attend a free workshop on Improv Comedy for Therapists.

This exciting “alternative” therapy is gaining recognition with therapists nationally and internationally.

Although there is little scientific research demonstrating the efficacy of improvisation as therapy, anecdotal evidence suggests people are benefiting from these techniques with issues like social anxiety.

Why does Improv assist in the therapeutic process?

The basic rules of improv, such as unconditional positive regard for other members and that there is no “right or wrong” way to play Improv, create a safe and trusting environment for our patients.

The exercises we teach are geared toward relinquishing a need to know everything before it happens, letting go of the idea that being in-the-moment is terrifying and learning to connect with people by having no expectations of them whatsoever.

This free two-hour workshop offers you an opportunity to explore how Improv Comedy might be helpful to you and your clients.

Margot Escott has been teaching and performing improv professionally in Southwest Florida for the past five years. For over twenty-five years, she has presented workshops and seminars on “Therapeutic Value of Humor and Play” on a national level. Margot graduated from the New York University School of Social Work in 1983 and have lived and practiced in Naples since 1984.

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