Individual Photography Sessions | $200
Group/Family Photography Sessions | $400
Family Photography Slideshows | $100
Nicole Christensen, President-Nicole is also the founding Director of Care Answered, a patient advocacy and care coordination organization. As such Care Answered navigates the care system for clients allowing them to access their best health care though concierge service of care. Ms. Christensen's expertise allows Care Answered to provide guidance through both traditional and non-traditional care options bridging the gap between the a patient and the effective care they deserve. Nicole has held the positions of Advocacy Director at Emmaus Service for the Aging in Washington DC; Advocacy Consultant for The Council of Senior Centers and Services of NYC, Director of Food Access at FoodChange, spearheading the focused outreach and advocacy campaign; and most recently as the Vice President of Programs and Agency Relations at Island Harvest, she developed and launched the first Senior Citizen mobile outreach and advocacy program with great success. Nicole holds a Bachelors of Arts degree in Psychology from Baruch College and a Master of Science degree in Urban Affairs from Hunter College.
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Lightkeeper Productions CAT (Creative Arts Therapy) program works in conjunction with a dedicated team of creative arts therapists, nurse practitioners, marriage and family therapists, social workers and advocacy professionals. Our team is proud to currently serve in children's hospitals, adolescent treatment centers, community centers, senior centers and veterans organizations. LKP's CAT division has a company of drama therapists who serve the community through playback theatre as well as sociodramatic films and live productions. The organization, additionally, works with music therapists and singers who present music therapy programs and performances throughout the year. LKP CAT also offers several drama therapy workshops that utilize a narrative approach to drama therapy.
Please join us for our upcoming events at our new location in Santa Monica
3205 Ocean Park Blvd, Suite 205 Santa Monica, CA 90405
Poetry, Plays and Personal Monologues for Social Action:
Are you a playwright, Poet, or person with a personal story that you would like to develop? Do you want to use your creative voice to explore and illuminate a social issue that you feel passionately about?
Words have the power to help heal past trauma, clarify personal values and motivate others into action. Artists throughout time have used their words to raise awareness by making people stop and reflect, to illuminate the truth of what is being presented, and identify the changes needing to be made.
You do not need to be a published playwright, poet or have experience in sharing a personal story, just a desire to dive deep and access your authentic advocate voice through your willingness to engage in your creative process.
This workshop utilizes creative activities, writing prompts and supportive feedback to help participants in developing pieces used to enlighten and evoke change.
Participants meet in person every week and have the option to engage in creative coaching between sessions. This process aims to give participants a chance to work outside of group on their writing during the month, as well as seek one on one support to assist in overcoming any barriers in bringing their creation into form.
-Cultivate material for performance through their chosen medium.
-Be supported in developing resiliency by sharing their work with the group and gaining positive feedback and support while defining their message.
-Be encouraged to use writing for others to evolve on a personal level by clarifying personal priorities and goals.
-Given a chance to perform their work in front of an invited audience.
When: Session Begins August 6th Monday's for-6 Weeks and Including a final performance for an Invited audience.
Participants will develop original plays and films that inspire social justice. The group will have the opportunity to
submit their material for the Drama Therapy Institute's Social Theatre Outreach Initiative.
Drama Therapy CEU's and internship hours available.
Groups Lead by: Cynthia Kelvin, Psy.D., RDT.
Actors Life Support. Ongoing Support Group.
In Person first Mondays of every month Time 7-9pm. The last Monday of the month time to (TBT) we will be meeting online in Zoom to continue support before meeting in person again the following week.
This support group is an action orientated group centered process that utilizes personal strengths and unique creativity to overcome your personal challenges keeping you from having the life and career you wish to create. You know the actors work- why not use it to become your own guide in your personal growth? This group utilizes a playful approach to work on personal and professional goals, exploring barriers to moving forward, and identifying and implement ways to create momentum in your career while enjoying your life. Be accountable and inspired by your peers as you continue to embark on the actor's journey.
Group lead by Jen Faith Brown, MFA, RDT, AEA, SAG/AFTRA & Cynthia Kelvin, Psy.D., RDT SAG/AFTRA
Audition and Interview required
Drama Therapy Support Group for Teens-call or email for details on upcoming registration
Are you currently struggling with personal challenges? Have you struggled with addiction? Drama Therapy is an action orientated client-centered process that provides you with an alternative way to work through personal goals. Join us for a safe space where you can work with similar individuals overcoming blocks through their creativity. This group utilizes a narrative approach to drama therapy. Sessions may include acting, music, photography, and filmmaking. Individual sessions and Adult groups also available
Group lead by Jen Faith Brown, MFA, RDT
Cost: $100.00 per month
Lightkeeper Productions offers workshops and residencies that focus on various issues including diversity, anti-bullying and pain management. Please contact office for further details.
A NOTE FROM OUR PRESIDENT.....
I am so proud to be the President of the Board of this ground breaking organization. Light Keeper provides education, engagement, refuge, social service and community through theatre. I have 20 years of professional advocacy and human services experience and have seen first hand the power of the arts but the team at Light Keeper lifts the affects of and participation in theatre to a new realm.