NESTTD

NEW ENGLAND SOCIETY FOR THE TREATMENT
OF TRAUMA AND DISSOCIATION




A NESTTD Community Event:

The Triggered Project presents:

TRIGGERED LIFE...a requiem of healing

  • Stage performance at The Portland Playhouse
  • All performances are live-streamed 
  • BIPOC clinicians free tickets!  First come, First serve

 There are several ways for NESTTD to participate:


  • The NESTTD community event is Thursday April 1st at 7:30 pm Eastern Standard Time. 

  • If you are not available that day, there are other performances to choose from. However when you purchase your ticket, please keep in mind that the website is talking about Pacific Time so e.g. the “7 pm” performances are really at 10 pm.  You may want to choose a 4pm pacific time as we did for the group event. Please also note the Black and Brown affinity performances on March 19, 26, 28, 31, and April 2. 

  • The follow-up NESTTD Talk Back for those who would like to attend, no matter which evening they first watched the show, will be Thursday 4/8 at 7pm, free of charge.  

  • Tickets cost up to $20.  NESTTD is purchasing tickets for 25 BIPOC members.  Please respond ASAP to carolinda62@gmail.com with subject “triggered life tickets” if you are a BIPOC member who would like a ticket for 4/1 or for one of the BIPOC affinity performances. We will try to get the date requested.  After a few days a block of tickets will need to be purchased for 4/1 and a selection of dates and disperse to our BIPOC clinicians first come first served.  Interested BIPOC clinicians can also email Carolinda with “triggered life ticket” subject. White members may purchase their tickets at:
 https://portlandplayhouse.secure.force.com/ticket/#/events/a0S1I00000UV8rKUAT.  

  • The producers, Keith and Roxann, are requesting a few volunteers as supportive helpers for the Talk Back section for various performances.  For the BIPOC affinity performances, BIPOC clinicians would be needed. For all other performances, any clinician could help.  About 10 minutes of helping participants with grounding exercises if needed is what is asked of the volunteers.  For the volunteers, tickets are free  and an honorarium is provided.  Please contact Carol Lambert carollambertmsw@gmail.com if you would like to consider volunteering, and thank you in advance! Thanks to the two volunteers that have written Carol already!

Below are the bios of actor Keith Mascoll and NESTTD member Roxann Mascoll, who bring us this event.  We hope many NESTTD members will join us! 

Keith Mascoll SAG-AFTRA,AEA Actor/Producer/Writer/ Creative Team
 http://www.keithmascoll.com

Keith Mascoll SAG-AFTRA,AEA  is an Actor, Producer ,Mental Health advocate, Sneaker-head, and  Founder of the Triggered Project. Keith is a co-host of the Living a Triggered Life Podcast with his wife Roxann, and a Luminary for the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum.  Keith strives to use his art for social change in the black and brown community. As a survivor of sexual abuse Keith hopes to help end the stigma that surrounds mental health, and black and brown men talking about being abused. He is committed to using his unique and innovative style of storytelling to provoke love, laughter, and empathy in each story told. Keith is a also a co-founder of a professional black theater company, The Front Porch Arts Collective, a Teaching Artist with the Huntington Theatre Company, and is helping students develop historically-focused theatrical scripts with the Moffitt-Ladd House and Garden in Portsmouth, New Hampshire  Look for Keith in the lead role in the movie Confused by Love on Amazon Prime, and as Applesauce in The Polka King on Netflix.. To learn more about Keith, visit keithmascoll.com

Roxann Mascoll MSW, LCSW /Producer/ Lead Clinician/Creative Team Roxanmascoll.com

Roxann Mascoll MS. MSW. LCSW is a Black Nuyorican mujerista.  She is a staff psychotherapist at Brandeis University Counseling Center. Roxann also is a lead clinical social worker at Boston Medical Center.  She has a MSW and Certificate of Urban Leadership in Clinical Social Work from Simmons College and Masters’ degree from the University of Massachusetts in nonprofit management. Roxann is the immediate past President of the Greater Boston Chapter of the Association of Black Social Workers.  



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