Events and Projects

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Facilitator with the Global Play Brigade

The Global Play Brigade (GPB) is a volunteer community of play and performance activists, improvisers, clowns, musicians, educators and therapists who have come together in response to the global pandemic and the distressing, inequitable state of our world. We aim to bring people together across borders — to play, create, connect and grow — creating new pathways for social change. Learn more, click the image above to play the video.

Also check out
East Side Institute offerings...

Performing the World Happenings

September 25th to Oct 16th , 2021

A series of virtual sessions highlighting

the power for performance and play for all.

 

 
Past Events (2014-2019)
 

Stop Worrying! Start Growing!

Join Me for a 3-Week Reading & Discussion Group of Lois Holzman’s, "The Overweight Brain:  How our obsession with knowing keeps us from getting smart enough to make a better world."

Dates: February 17, 24 and March 3

Adult Recess Series - Free

 

Event: Yoga, Coffee and Conversation

Yoga followed by coffee, light snacks and community conversation.

Working with Teenagers: More Play, Less Advice

Friday, March 31; 7:00 - 8:30 p.m.
Brooklyn Social Therapy Group, 104-106 S. Oxford St.
(betw. Fulton & Lafayette)

 
Beat Holiday Stress with Silliness and Slowing Down

Learn uniques skills to prepare for the holidays!!

*All proceeds help former foster youth navigate transition to adulthood

 

Improve Your Relationships:
An experiential workshop of improvisational play and conversation

A powerful, practical, and fun way to live everyday life in our communities, at home and at work!

 

PLAYGROUND FOR ADULTS
Improv - creativity - play

A workshop for everyone. Learn how improv and play can improve your relationships and everyday life.

Co-led by Group therapist Jennifer Bullock, M.Ed., MLSP, LPC and music therapist Julie Lipson, MA, MT-BC.

 

PROFESSIONAL TRAINING

Why Group Therapy: Going from Fixing Problems to Creating Possibilities.

Co-led by Social Therapists Murray Dabby, LCSW & Jennifer Bullock, M.Ed., MLSP, LPC