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Mental health

Applied Improvisation for Mental Health

Applied Improvisation is a brain-based tool supporting neuroplasticity and recovery.  A great addition to CBT and other therapies focused on anxiety, depression, addiction, Dementia, and Autism.  A 2017 study published in the Journal of Mental Health looked at improvisation exercises as a therapeutic intervention and found significant improvement in symptoms of anxiety, depression, and reduction of perfectionism — which is a significant source of stress.

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