Free Live Webinar: Productivity Hacks for Writers

Writers have tried all kinds of interesting rituals to keep writing through blocks. Steven King used cocaine and beer to stay in his “flow.” While this may be tempting, and King wrote four very successful novels this way, it’s any easy way to become addicted. You can also write what you think is the great American screenplay, only to find in the morning, it sucks. We’ll discuss some less dangerous methods writers have used, and some that therapists have developed so you can try them on your next screenplay.

4 Benefits of Attending the Productivity Hacks for Writers Webinar:

  1. Know the 10 types of writers’ block.
  2. What famous writers do to keep writing.
  3. Mind games to stay in the “flow.”
  4. Get over your fear of rejection and being judged.

Instructor Information:

David Silverman, M.A., LMFT, treats creative and highly sensitive individuals in private practice in LA. He received training at Stanford University and USC Film School. Having experienced the rejection, stress, creative blocks, paralyzing perfectionism and career reversals over a twenty-five year career as a writer in Film/TV, he’s uniquely suited to work with gifted, creative and sensitive clients experiencing anxiety, addiction or depression. David wrote for dozens of TV shows including Mork & Mindy, ALF, Newhart and South Park. He created 5 tv shows, including The Wild Thornberrys. He has sold and written screenplays for various studios. He can be found online at



Date: Tuesday, November 28, 2017 from 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM Eastern

This webinar is a live, 45-minute seminar with a PowerPoint presentation followed by a Q&A moderated by Gabe Howard, host of The Psych Central Show podcast. There is no charge for the webinar, but registration is required. (After the live presentation, a recording will be made available to registrants.)


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