A Workshop by Dr. Sangeeta Kamath
Timings – 6.00 pm – 8.30 pm
An NCPA Presentation
Performing art as a career is marked with different physical as well as psychological problems such as career-related physical and mental demands, performance-related injuries, and career burnout within the profession. The psychological problems faced by a performing artiste may range from temporary psychological disturbances to severe psychological disorders such as depression and substance use disorder. Despite this, musicians' training rarely addresses such issues and musicians are left largely to learn about them through either chance or accrued experience. A performing artiste can achieve a state of mental well-being through performance management, performance enhancement, and development of life skills such as mindfulness, assertiveness and resilience. This workshop aims at helping an artiste to understand the importance of psychosocial life-skills in the development of their career. Dr. Sangeeta Kamathis a practising clinical psychologist, psychotherapist and hypnotherapist. She heads the department of psychology at the Ramnarain Ruia Autonomous College.
Registration starts from 1st February
For enquiry: 66223831/3737