Turn Something Dreaded Into Something Fun & See A Difference



My friend Mac posted this video from thefuntheory.com on my Facebook wall. Thank you, Mac!

Hmmmm… I wonder how can I apply the fun theory to encourage people to seek help when they need it and not think of it as The Dreaded Therapy?

 

2 comments


  • First, let me say that I really need to have more fun.

    Second, it cannot be overstated that counseling on the racquetball court might be a wave of the future.

    Actually…counseling on any ‘fun’ stage might change the way we think about it. Dungeons, Dragons and Therapy anyone?

    BTW. I looooove this fun theory campaign.

    2012/11/28
    • Hi, Chris! Thanks for the idea but first I’d have to learn racquetball. That will take, like, forever. I have seriously thought of Stable Therapy where I meet up with people at the farm where I keep my horse. That would be fun! And there is actually at least a few therapists who provide therapy while running. Kids get play therapy, why can’t adults?

      2012/11/29

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