Lifestage training workshops and presentations can be designed for your staff, organization or conference and offered at your facility. Professional development courses include Transformative Storytelling, The Power Of Story, Workplace Communication, Emotional Intelligence, Creativity Training - all rooted in the practice of Applied Improvisation and the neuroscience of human connection. Our mission is to develop training seminars that meet the specifications and needs of your group. Check out TESTIMONIALS page for reviews of our onsite workshops.

Storytelling is one of the most effective ways to communicate ideas to the world and get your message out. It is also one of the fastest-growing forms of entertainment. Put a unique and indelible stamp on your brand by making your next event a storytelling show with stories drawn from your organization. We have partnered with organizations in New York and around the country to present arts-based events like these. A group of people from your organization volunteer to be storytellers at your event. We coach them and host the event, which is always powerful, memorable and unrepeatable.

For a free consult about bringing Lifestage to your organization, contact Jude Treder-Wolff, LCSW, CGP, MT at 631-366-4265 or by email at

Some of our recent onsite projects and events:

Teen Storytelling Project in Southeast Iowa: On September 26 and 27, 2017 Lifestage Trainer Jude Treder-Wolff, in partnership with Tina Bakehouse - Outreach and Programming Coordinator for Golden Hills - facilitated storytelling and improvisation workshops for students at East Mills High School and coached teens from East Mills and Red Oak school districts. The coaching was to assist the teens with their performance style and prepare them for 2 shows at Wilson Performing Arts Center in Red Oak, IA on September 28 and 29 for 2 performances for 300 students from East Mills, Shenandoah, Atlantic and Red Oak school districts.

Storytelling For Health Care Providers: Retreat for staff of Quality Living Inc, in Omaha, NE

IMPROV RULES: How Improvisation Promotes Social-Emotional Development was presented at the Applied Improvisation Network World Conference 2017 - Southern California at the University of California, Irvine on August 25 2017.