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The Actors Fund presents: Return to Work: Support and Care Workshop

Posted on July 2, 2021

The Actors Fund presents:

Return to Work: Support and Care Workshop

WEDNESDAY, July 7th at 3:30 pm

Feeling all the feelings about the “New Normal” and heading back to work?

Join other members of IATSE Local 764  and the Actors Fund in this offering of support and resources for navigating your return to the stage.

Led by Karen Ciego, LCSW ~this one-hour interactive workshop will provide ways to make meaning of this past year and guide you in creating your self-care plan. Get ready to show the world what you’ve got! Come for:

  • Facilitated Mutual Support
  • Grounding exercises to decrease pandemic stress
  • Steps to Create a Return to Work Self-Care Plan
  • Mental Health Resources at The Actors Fund

REGISTER HERE:
https://actorsfund-org.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJEof-yopjMsHdIFjLUfYacFNquvpKO1Fc0J 

Karen Ciego is the Director of Consulting and Clinical Services at Clinicians of the Diaspora, LLC, a company of mental health professionals that aims to bridge the gap between health access and equitable care through provision of culture and identity-affirming holistic services. Clinicians of the Diaspora serves creatives and creatives at heart through dynamic and engaging workshops, healing circles, groupwork, and therapy with individual and families. Karen draws on her professional experience as well as life’s lessons learned as a mother of magnificent daughters. She inspires by her sense of humor and love of the simple things.

The Actors Fund is a national human services organization that helps everyone—not just actors and performers but also everyone who works “behind the scenes”—in theatre, film, dance, music, TV, opera and radio. In 2018 we helped more than 17,000 people in almost every state across the country and thousands more used our online resources. The Actors Fund’s programs are in four key areas—Social Services and Emergency Financial Assistance, Health Care and Insurance Counseling, Employment and Training and Housing.