We’ve all heard the old phrase, “laughter is the best medicine.” Have you ever found yourself in a stressful or tough situation or are merely having a bad
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Author: Anja Phillips
At some point in our lives, we all have faced (or will face) the dreaded elevator pitch, ie. a quick inventive clever speech that we say in an
We will explore the impact trauma has on students in learning environments and how applied improvisation helps with trauma-informed teaching.
Consider how many times you hear the phrase “no, but” in a day. Now consider how many times a student hears shutting down phrases like “no, but” in
Perceptual stress therapy and Applied Improvisation are both full proof ways of helping people manage their stress by getting them to perceive such stress in a newer more