Recently, ‘laughologist’ Albert Nerenberg has been receiving a great deal of attention for his documentary Laughology, premiering earlier this month at Toronto’s HotDocs.
At Heritage Home, we have been lucky enough to work with Albert regularly with our laughter therapy sessions. Although perhaps a more experimental and non-traditional form of addiction therapy, all of our clients who have tried it have found it a beneficial component of their treatment.
In our experience, a laughter therapy session brings the client out of their shell, allowing them to interact on a new level, and helps them find the light once again.
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Please share with us your thoughts and experiences with laughter in your own recovery.