New research reveals the benefits of theatrical improvisation.
Improv-based learning is a highly effective means of boosting joy, creativity, and self-esteem. We at Improv 2 Improve know this from first-hand experience, while the research on it is still growing. We love this article from Psychology Today on how improv boosts creativity and psychological well-being:
“Theatrical improvisation is being applied more and more to other fields. There are corporate trainings, improv therapy, and workshops to help medical professionals improve their bedside manner. But studies that confirm its efficacy for boosting creativity and overall mental health are few and far between. That’s why I want to highlight the second such study I’ve come across that uses a control group to demonstrate that improv does indeed benefit participants’ creativity and psychological well-being…”
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