Join clinical psychologist, writer, and performer Megan Auster-Rosen in a workshop tailored to the unique needs and challenges of women in entertainment during the pandemic on Thursday, April 16th, 5PM. Many of us have lost our jobs, and have seen our creative projects halted. How can we manage feelings of anxiety and loss and care for ourselves during this unprecedented time?

Thursday, April 16th | 5PM PT

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Our Zoom webinar link will be sent to all registrants one hour before event time on Thursday, April 16th.

Megan Auster-Rosen, PsyD, is a writer, performer and clinical psychologist who specializes in trauma and grief.  Her predoctoral training was at Bellevue Hospital Center where she worked at the Program for Survivors of Torture as well as in the psychiatric emergency room, and her postdoctoral training was with trauma and psychosis at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City.  In addition to being a psychologist she holds a Masters degree in Performance Studies from New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts, and has written, directed and co-produced multiple theater projects with international refugee populations.  She performs as a storyteller in both Los Angeles and New York and uses storytelling as a fundamental element to her work as a psychotherapist.  She currently co-runs the mental health program at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, and she has a private practice in downtown, Los Angeles.