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Twisting the Plot: The Art of Becoming in Menopause and Change

with Cecilia Dintino PsyD and Hannah Starobin LCSW

Twisting the Plot is a platform for women to explore creative ways to live our lives. Menopause is a process that can take many years, bringing changes on many levels. This multilevel change involves physical, emotional and social transformation. How do we navigate this experience and where does it lead us?

Join us in understanding and exploring the challenges facing women of a certain age. We will look at changes from several perspectives: the body, the psychological, and the cultural. Together we will create new and diverse stories that will serve as maps to grow by.

This workshop is for women of all ages who want to deepen and expand the possibilities for becoming.

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Without inner change there can be no outer change. Without collective change, no change matters. - Angel Kyodo Williams

$20 Suggested Donation or Pay What You Can

Cecilia Dintino is a psychologist in private practice and Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychology at Columbia University Medical Center’s Women’s Program. She is also a drama therapist and on the faculty at New York University’s Graduate Program for Drama Therapy.

Hannah Starobin is a licensed clinical social worker in private practice in New York City and Westchester County. She worked for ten years at New York Presbyterian Hospital – Westchester division as a supervisor and trainer in clinical social work and consulting. She has worked in New York theatre both off and on Broadway.