Improv theater involves a group of performers, interacting spontaneously, listening and responding to one another. When it goes well, something entertaining, brilliant and cathartic happens.
Group therapy involves a group of people with a trained group leader, interacting spontaneously, listening and responding to one another as they try to put their thoughts and feelings into words. When it goes well, members have an experience that is healing and deeply meaningful.
Many of the skills that can make improv a powerful art form (focusing on the present moment, listening, validating others, give-and-take, working with whatever’s been started, and a willingness to take risks….), can also make process groups a powerful healing modality.
Please join us for our upcoming workshop Oct 18-19, 2019 with Decoder Ring Improvisational Comedy Troupe.
ERUUF (Eno River Unitarian Universalist Fellowship)
4907 Garrett Road
Durham, NC 27707