SWA webinar – Dealing With Creative Depression – 15 May 2020 – free, open to all

image-screenwriters association-webinar on -creative depression-during-covid lockdown-mediabriefIn these tough times, Screenwriters Association (SWA) India is introducing a series of online initiatives aimed at nurturing personal wellness and professional growth, while also raising funds for the COVID-19 crisis gripping our Nation.

Starting 15th May, 2020, SWA will be launching a series of webinars, discussions, and lectures that you can access online. You will be required register in advance for these online events.

The first event of the series is: Dealing with creative depression. The session will be held from 7.00 pm – 8.30 pm IST  on Friday the 15th of May, 2020.

Anurradha Tewari will be in conversation with Dr Natsha Tate, and the will discuss mental- and emotional health issues that are specific and or typical to the creative mind.


This is a FREE event, open to ALL SWA members as well as non-members. 


Anuraadha Tewari is a Mumbai based Writer-Director with over 24 years of experience in Films, Television and more recently the Web.  She runs a Co. of Writers’ Rooms called Kosen Rufu, specializing in Story Development. She has also been studying to be a Therapist for the last 5 years and has completed several Certified Courses in different streams of Psychotherapy.

Dr. Natasha Kate is a psychiatrist in Nanavati Hospital. She is an MD, DNB Gold Medalist and is a member of the prestigious Royal College of Psychiatry, UK. She has also authored a number of international and national articles, research papers and book chapters relating to child mental health. She has also received the Michel Hong fellowship by the Asian association of child and adolescent psychiatry as well as the world Psychiatric association’s young Psychiatrist award in Berlin.

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