Public Support For Creativity

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National Role In Supporting Creativity We are rejoined by Belgian scholar and media expert Trui Moerkerke (@truimoerkerke). A visiting professor at Purdue University, she talks about her work as the Communication Director for the Flanders District of Creativity. She shares with Glenn and me her insights into finding the balance a society needs to find supporting creativity even in the face of skepticism about its economic value. 

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AND REMEMBER: Dr. Will's Guide To How To Be (like) A Therapist My new book - actually more like a little booklet - on how to appear like a therapist in public. It's me at my wisenheimer best and you will laugh and learn (or maybe just one of those. The book is available for your eReader or a print version though Amazon. I think you should get it. I really do. CLICK HERE MY FRIENDS

Special Thanks to announcer Andre Lucas & musical director & theme writer Brent Laidler. 
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Dr. Will Miller is a recognized expert in the area of well-being, stress & coping, interpersonal relationships, organizational health and American culture. For the past 30 years Will has appeared before thousands of people at comedy clubs, theaters as well as hundreds of organizational events in the U.S. and Europe, offering a compelling and entertaining presentation for this country’s top corporations and national organizations.

Dr. Will holds five graduate degrees including Clinical Social Work, Health Psychology, Urban Education and Theology as well as training in Psychoanalysis and at the Rutgers University School of Addiction Studies. Will spent 17 years as a professional stand-up comedian, headlining comedy clubs across the country. He spent five years as Nick-At-Nite’s television therapist in his Why We Watch segments and appeared on The Today Show, Good Morning America, Larry King and The O’Reilly Factor. He’s been profiled by NBC Dateline and People Magazine. And he’s currently a regular guest on the nationally syndicated Bob & Tom radio show and a contributor to Entertainment Weekly & Court TV

He is the author of the book “Refrigerator Rights” and “Why We Watch: Killing the Gilligan Within.” He is also a contributor with Dr. Glenn Sparks in “Global Media Goes To War: the Role of News & Entertainment Media During the 2003 Iraq War”

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