- Date and time: Monday September 21, 2020 3:00 pm — 4:00 pm Add to calendar
- Location: Zoom Webinar
In the arts, we’re united by our shared passion for storytelling, performance, and the power of theatre to change lives.
Sometimes, though, we can confuse who we are with what we do, and our identity becomes wrapped up with our work, and this has been magnified through COVID-19. This session will provide strategies to help artist cope with this challenging COVID-19 period, and explore ways in which we can reflect on our self, and find meaning, values and identity beyond our role in the arts.
Presented by Chris Cheers.
Chris Cheers is a psychologist, facilitator and lecturer based in Melbourne. Before training as a psychologist, Chris worked for arts organisations across Australia, developing a rich understanding of the industry. This led to Chris Cheers Psychology: a business specialising in providing mental health support and workshops to clients in the arts, performance and creative industries. Chris has provided workshops and consultation with Melbourne Fringe Festival, Melbourne International Jazz Festival, the Arts Wellbeing Collective, the National Institute of Dramatic Arts and various independent theatre productions and films. Chris is an endorsed Educational and Developmental Psychologist and has also has expertise in supporting LGBTQI+ clients across all ages. Chris has been university Lecturer in Psychology since 2011 and is a PhD candidate at the Centre for Alcohol and Policy Research at La Trobe University.
This webinar is free to attend.