Fri, May 06|
Online VIA Zoom
Can Improvisation be Applied to Mental Health? Yes, and yes!
In this interactive workshop, you'll learn what improv is, and how it can be used to help individuals struggling with mental health challenges, such as depression and anxiety.
Time & Location
May 06, 2022, 9:00 AM – 10:15 AM
Online VIA Zoom
About the Event
While 'improv' is commonly associated with comedic on-stage performances, the application of improvisational techniques, strategies and exercises can have a positive impact in a variety of settings. including the mental health field. In this interactive workshop, you'll learn what improv is, and how it can be used to help individuals struggling with mental health challenges, such as depression and anxiety.
About the Speaker
Darin Harm is a Leadership Coach, Project Management Professional (PMP®) and Certified Lean Six Sigma Black Belt (LSSBB) with a proven track record of helping leaders, teams and organizations achieve breakthrough performance goals through a powerful approach that blends evidence-based leadership coaching techniques, with the structure and rigor of Project Management and Process Improvement tools and best practices. He is also a trained improviser who loves leveraging the skills, strategies and mindsets of improvisation to help individuals and teams develop critical leadership competencies.
Darin is currently a student in the College of Executive Coaching and a member of the International Coaching Federation (ICF). He will be a Certified Professional Coach (CPC), as well as a Board Certified Coach (BCC) by Summer 2022.
Darin has a particular passion for coaching introverted emerging leaders. We live in a culture that rewards extraversion, often to the detriment of highly qualified introverts. Darin works with clients to explore internal and external resources and develop practical strategies to thrive in a world of fast-talkers and endless meetings.