Improv for Interaction – “If I” ®
Using improvisation, theatre games and role-play, students will practice skills needed for positive social interaction, relationships, and job skills.
Building successful and sustaining friendships
Creating positive relationships/dating
Setting and respecting appropriate boundaries
Self-care and positive personal appearance
Telling and ‘getting’ jokes
Understanding idioms – different ways words and phrases can be used – socially not always literally
Using improvisation to discover your unique talents and abilities to find work that you enjoy
Practicing job skills in a creative supportive environment
Tools to ease anxiety and develop self-regulation
Creative ways to deal with teasing and bullying
Ways to increase flexibility, spontaneity, imagination and playfulness
The Miracle Project uses a groundbreaking and evidence-based methodology that brings out the best in all participants. The Miracle Project is an evidence-based intervention that can help in easing anxiety, increasing confidence, and enhancing self esteem.
De Colores presents workshops across the Bay!
Improv for Interaction®
Artistic, social & physical, activities will engage the student to uncover unique qualities to build personal wellness. Join Art Therapist and The Miracle Project® Instructors
Fall 8-week session
Dates: Sept 14, 21, 28, Oct 5, 19, 26, Nov 2
*(Sept 14th is a double session 10:30 am - 1:00 pm)
Time: Saturdays, 10:30 am - 12:00 pm
Winter 4-double sessions
Dates: Nov 16, 23, Dec 14, 21
Time: Saturdays, 10:30 - 1:30
Location: Wings Learning Center
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Golden Gate Regional Center Vendor # PG2876
Please Contact Your Social Worker
Personal Pay New Student Application Fee: $60
(non-refundable, applied towards total if enrolled)
No Application Fee For Returning Students
Cost: Varies per location, based on length of offering.
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Classes are limited. If you are ready to apply, click on the link below.
Regional Center clients should contact their social worker directly.