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(mostly) TRUE THINGS is a live show dedicated to the art of storytelling and this podcast with the same title digs deeper into both the value and use of storytelling in health care, education, business and society. Each episode features a story told in the live show and an interview with person who told it. Original music composed and recorded by Wells Hanley

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Martha Kahan , a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who specializes in working with teens is the guest in this episode about the value of applied improvisation and storytelling to social-emotional learning.

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EPISODE 1: Host Jude Treder-Wolff discusses storytelling and narrative medicine with Dr. Debbie Zelizer, Program Director of the Health Science Major in the School of Health, Management and Technology at Stonybrook University. Hear her story about an experience working in the HIV/AIDS unit at Stonybrook Hospital, told in a live performance of (mostly) TRUE THINGS.

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EPISODE 2:Host Jude Treder-Wolff discusses the art of comedy and its uses in education in an interview with Long Island-based comic Stevie GB. And you can hear his story told live at The Performing Arts Studio of NY in Port Jefferson, NY. He is a regular in the Long Island Comedy Festival and an award-winning comedian who has performed at the Borgata, Catch A Rising Star, The Paramount, and countless over venues, and opened for comedy legends like Louie Anderson, Kevin Meaney, Rob Schneider, Kevin Pollak, Bobby Collins and Bobcat Goldthwait.

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