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Have you ever had a session where you felt lost… where, despite all your training and experience, you found yourself winging it?

Watch this interview with Michael Alcée, author of the forthcoming book Therapeutic Improvisation, as he shares two powerful strategies drawn from the field of improv that will help you find your voice while navigating the complexities and joys of therapy.

Perfect for both new clinicians and seasoned practitioners, this innovative approach will have you seeing your practice (and your role as a therapist!) in a new light.

Zachary Taylor

Zach Taylor, MA, LPC, is the Director of Psychotherapy Networker. He oversees the award-winning magazine—frequently interviewing the field’s top experts—and stepped up to be among the hosts of the annual Psychotherapy Networker Symposium, which is the largest and longest running annual gathering of psychotherapists in the world. In addition, he manages CE trainings and programs for PESI, Inc., Networker’s parent company. Prior to joining Psychotherapy Networker, he spent 10 years in practice specializing in anxiety and panic disorders. His mission is to support psychotherapy professionals and develop future trainers and trainings to improve outcomes for their clients. He currently lives in Eau Claire, WI.

Michael Alcée

Michael Alcée, PhD, is a therapist in private practice and a two-time Ted-X speaker.  He teaches at William Patterson University and is the Mental Health Coordinator at the Manhattan School of Music.