Briton Kolber’s life has been steeped in psychology and improvisation for over twenty years. He is currently a private practice therapist specializing in geeks of all ages—working with individuals, couples, and families. He practices in the Fremont/Phinney Ridge area of Seattle. His experience includes work at Ryther’s Aspiring Youth Summer Program, interning at Southwest Youth and Family Services, and he was also featured in an episode of the podcast Psychology in Seattle. A graduate of Antioch University Seattle in 2012, he has been seeing clients via internship since 2010. Briton has led many group therapy and social skills sessions using improvisational theater techniques. Married and with two young children, Briton strives to find compassion and humor as much as possible.
Soft Skills for Technical People with Applied Improvisation
This workshop will help you to shift how you interpret failures, discover opportunities for flexibility and adaptability, and boost your skills in deciphering nonverbal data.
Mastering On The Spot Communication with Applied Improvisation
Master improvised communication in this workshop using improvisational exercises, insights, and laughter.
Constructive Conflict Resolution with Applied Improvisation
Learn strategies to to choose which conflicts to solve and which ones to let go, how to build alliances, and develop what you want to be known for in your organization.