Catherine’s wide range of work in the field of laughter has been featured in many different publications and news channels over the years. Here you will find a collection of Catherine’s press features, as well as her own published work.
Catherine Lawrence uses humour to raise money for medical research for LAM, a rare degenerative lung disease that affects women.
Catherine Lawrence runs a business promoting the therapeutic power of laughter. Diagnosed with LAM in 2006, she uses her comedic expertise to host fundraisers for LAM research.
Humour is a critically important life skill, especially in today's business world. Catherine Lawrence spends her time revealing the value of humour and how to build that into the way companies do work.
Catherine Lawrence tells why it's important to take laughter seriously - especially during the hectic holiday season.
It's Catherine Lawrence's job to get people to lighten up. When facing her own serious life challenges, how does the self-proclaimed Laughter Lady continue to find things to laugh about?
Catherine’s role was to make young dental patients laugh on this 3 week British expedition to remote villages in the Amazon.
The Globe and Mail, "Laughter: the best medicine?".
The Globe and Mail, "The New Rink Rats".
Catherine Lawrence, "Hockey Moms: are they an endangered species?".
New Pharmacist Magazine, "When Laughter is the Best Medicine".
Homemaker Magazine, "Funny Business".
Havergal Chronicle, "Catherine Lawrence receives Havergal Old Girls Life Achievement Award".
Chill Magazine, "Survival of the Funniest".
Ottawa Citizen, "Ottawa researcher 'blown away' by possible new treatment for leukemia".