Well-being On Set: Intimacy & Sensitive Scenes
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About the Event
When individuals are working on sensitive or challenging scenes (such as intimacy or scenes exploring trauma) they invest personally and emotionally in the role. This can place pressure on their emotional resilience and make it difficult to remain in control and not feel overwhelmed. This discussion will look at where mental health comes from and factors that may impact an individuals emotional resilience in such scenes. We will look at the trauma responses that may be encountered midst difficult scenes and also help individuals understand the psychological impact of Covid -19.
About our webinar facilitator:
Sarah combined her experience of working in film and media and as a qualified psychotherapist (MBACP) to create Solas Mind; offering mental health advice and support in the creative industries and private counselling. She has experience of working with performers and crew as well as consulting productions on how to interweave mental health awareness, planning and safety from prep to shoot.
Sarah is a person-centred psychotherapist; an approach to therapy based on the idea that natural human potential can be facilitated and encouraged by a unique, trusting relationship between the client and the therapist.
She is empathic and thoughtful and offers guidance and support in a safe, contained therapeutic space so that new options
become available to the individual. Sarah has training in Sexual Violence Against Women and counsels at Rape Crisis. Sarah is an experienced trainer and an Associate Tutor for SFA: Suicide First Aid through Understanding Suicide Interventions.
Yarit is co-director of Moving Body Arts, an established Intimacy Coordinator, educator and the first Intimacy Director in the West End (Death of A Salesman, 2019-2020). She is the current chair of Bectu's Intimacy Coordinators Branch and has contributed to the guidelines of Directors UK ("Directing Nudity & Simulated Sex"), co-wrote Equity's Intimacy Working Groups' guidance for employers engaging intimacy coordinators, co-wrote the 'Intimacy Department' section for Bectu's Covid-19 guidance and has recently contributed to Bectu's new Creative Industries Passport course workbook sections on intimacy coordination and mental health.
Intimacy Coordination credits include: Adult Material (Channel 4), The Nevers (HBO), The Wheel Of Time (Amazon), Spanish Princess 2 (Starz), Becoming Elizabeth (Starz), The Girlfriend Experience 3 (Starz), Bridgerton (Netflix, cover IC), White Lines (Netflix), Domina (Sky TV), Cheaters (BBC), Starstruck (HBO Max), Close To Me (Channel 4) and more. Upcoming shows for Fox, Starz and BBC. Industry pannels/webinars have included BFI London Film Festival, Glasgow Film Festival, Bectu Bitesize, Raindance Festival.
For the higher education sector Yarit is a guest tutor for The National Film and TV School, London Film School, Raindance, ScreenSkills and currently mentors five briliant mentees.
- This course discusses sensitive material however participants will not be expected to share personal experiences. This is a learning environment and not a therapeutic process.
- This Zoom webinar will not invite participants to have their camera on. There will be a Q&A section or throughout.
- We understand that due to time zones some may want to view this webinar as a recording. Unfortunatley due to the sensitivity of its content this will not be possible at this time.
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