Murder Mystery Shows for Support Groups

Entertaining support groups for people that have been physically abused or trying to overcome trauma is a great way to get participants in the group to bond with one another and build trust within the bonds of the group in a safe environment. Though the subject is murder, the atmosphere is light and comedic for those not new to the group or the process. Our murder mystery shows for support groups are a great way to get people to bond and have a good time with one another while helping them come out of their shell. Below you will read information on how this program works and how we can bring this show to entertain and educate (edutain) your group.

Note: This is not meant as a replacement for any form of therapy and is not a licensed therapeutic product. It is meant as an entertainment form that can be used to entertain and bond members of group therapy programs and possibly illuminate certain valuable facts. There are no guarantees implied and you should always consult professionals if you have any concerns.

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Murder Mysteries for Support Groups
For Physcially Abused or Trauma Victims

Role-Playing - Entertainment - Bonding

they improvSupport groups are all about trust and having an environment where people feel a bond with the others in the room. This is even more true of groups that are focused on helping victims of trauma, including incidents or physical abuse or mental cruelty. Trust and opening up to others can be a major concern for people working on these issues. Our murder mystery programs are all about developing trust between individuals and getting everyone to bond through laughter. A murder mystery gets people to work as teams to solve the crime and to enjoy a night of laughter. After all, even though the subject is a mystery (no necessarily a murder) the atmosphere is light-hearted and designed to make people laugh more than anything else. What can be better that that?

A Cambridge Solution murder mystery for support groups uses members of the group as characters in the murder as a way to open them up. They're not playing themselves. In fact, what they're doing is what we refer to as mask work. They're playing a character that no one will think are them. Because of this, they can get in front of a group and say things. It's kind of like using puppets to speak. They're not being judged based on the content of what they say. It wasn't them! It was a character! This can help draw people out of their shells and let the members of the support group to see them in a different context. And because they're getting laughter, they're rewarded for the effort helping them to feel safer opening up in the future.

Our other programs achieve much the same results through entertainment. People laugh along and have the shared experience to bring them closer together. The memories they share then give them something to help broaden their relationship and builds the trust between them.

We could also work on particular programs that might provide some educational benefit from the program. Simply contact us to discuss a variety of options that we could provide. Simply let us know what you are looking to get across to the participants and we'll help brainstorm new and innovative ways to deliver your message.

By playing fun murder mystery games, our audiences help learn educational elements that will hopefully benefit their lives. If not, at least everyone will have a fun evening playing games and that can often be a part of the cure to anything that ails you.

Locations. We have people already in most major cities around the country or can make arrangements if needed. This includes the top cities such as New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, Miami, Houston, Phoenix, Denver, Minneapolis, Milwaukee, Nashville, Atlanta, Charlotte and practically anywhere else you can imagine. We also have access to Canada, Mexico and the islands of the Caribbean if you would like to conduct something while at a retreat. Simply contact us to find out how we can help you.

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