Improv in Therapy


Acceptance, Flexibility, Spontaneity

Improv includes many aspects that are also relevant in therapeutic work. Trust, the joy of playing and the mutual acceptance of ideas enable a light-hearted trying out of new ways of behaviour. The interactional perspective of improvisation is directed towards a curiously approached communication, which stimulates an open approach to uncertainties.
Improv holds great potential for the therapeutic context, both for clients and for the therapeutic attitude and working method.
With the Berlin Network Improv in Therapy, the international exchange at the Symposium Improv in Therapy 2019 and our seminar offers for therapists, we are dedicated to the further development and dissemination of improv methods in therapy and counseling.
For people with self-insecurity or social anxiety, we offer therapeutic improv theater.