IMPROV!: The Use of Improvisation and Drama in Slightly Crazy Environments
April 17th, 2009:
This introductory presentation will outline the “rules” and formula for successful and comedic improvisation.
As readers of The Rainbow Machine — Tales From a Neurolinguist’s Journal will be aware, I often like to utilize the building of humour, tension and drama into his change work sessions and rarely do I rely on any pre-set or rehearsed routines and scripts. Given my client group, often the client will bring their own drama and unique humour to the session and a high level of flexibility and responsivity is needed in such situations.
No previous acting experience is required and no one will be expected to perform in front of the group. Book early and hold on to your hats, because this will be a fun and fast paced evening.
LESSONS FROM THE CUCKOO’S NEST: Further Tales From a Neurolinguist’s Journal.
April 18 & 19th, 2009:
Working with other people’s madness isn’t always easy, and it isn’t always fun – but it can be. Psychological and emotional pain is rarely ever funny but I often question if change really needs to be serious. Far from joking at another person’s expense, during this weekend workshop you will be introduced to, and will explore, some therapeutic patterns and algorithms that I have found useful when working with challenging clientèle and serious mental illnesses.
I’ve learned a lot from Andy over the years, both in e-mail and on Usenet. Now I get to meet him and train with him. If I’m alive in April, I’ll be there!
Update: Here’s the link to sign up! There are discounts for signing up early, so go!
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