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Media Therapeutics introduces the innovative pairing of: Dr. Robert Siroka, a seasoned psychotherapist with a background in the arts - and Film/TV producer/director/Psychtherapist Kelley Brower & her company It'sAGo Productions.Their mission together: to find new, creative ways to use media to facilitate wellness, behavioral change, create brand awareness, generate meaningful content & assist in the professional development of clinical professionals.




With over 20 years' experience in film/television production, Kelley J. Brower has worked with various high-profile celebrities including: John Lithgow, Steve Martin, Kathleen Turner, Cynthia Nixon, Bradley Cooper, Janeane Garofalo, Spaulding Gray, Joan Rivers, and has produced commercials for Comedy Central and The Cartoon Network. She has written, directed and produced numerous independent TV pilots, industrials, corporate training films and educational videos for several top companies including AstraZeneca International and Asahi Press. In addition to her short films and webisodes, Kelley has directed music videos for top musical acts including Belgium model / pop sensation Lynne Verlayne (featured on cover of Vougue magazine) and the New York City band DellaValle.

Kelley’s writing credits include launch promos for That ‘70’s Show, and original comedy sketches for Saturday Night Special (FoxTV) starring Roseanne Barr and Queen Latifah.  She has also performed stand-up, improv and sketch comedy (10 years) across the United States and toured briefly as one-half of the comedy team with co-star Eve Plumb (Brady Bunch).   

 Highly acclaimed for her directing work in theater, Kelley first gained recognition in New York City as artistic director at Gotham City Improv, formerly known as The Groundlings East.  She also wrote and directed the show "Urban Side Effects,” which had a successful six-year off-off-off-off-off-off Broadway run in the West Village. The New York Post praised her work as “very funny and poignant,” while Time Out New York proclaimed: “This show comes close to justifying its memorable slogan: “Like Saturday Night Live—only funny.” 

In addition to her Film/TV work, Kelley has a MSed-MHC from Hunter, and a B.S. in Human Development & Psych Studies from Empire State College. She is a psychotherapist currently in Private Practice at The Sociometric Institute where she specializes in relationship and couples counseling. 

Kelley's therapist website: www.psycinthecity.com




Fascinated by the healing powers of both psychodrama, sociometry, and the arts, Dr. Bob Siroka founded the original Sociometric Institute in1968, which soon became a major hub for psychotherapy, psychodrama and training.

With over 50 years of counseling and psychotherapy experience, Bob has lectured in Psychology at The Department of Psychiatry Harvard Medical School, was a recipient of the J.L. Moreno Lifetime Achievement award, has taught Psychodrama and Action Methods at NYU, SUNY (Stony Brook) and Rutgers University, and has presented workshops both nationally and internationally. 

Bob has been involved in media since the early 70's. He appeared in the CBS television program "Deep North" leading a workshop that used psychodramatic techniques to explore racism, he was featured in a PBS program in South Carolina exploring psychodrama in psychiatric settings and has done several radio spots for WMCA. Bob edited the book: "Sensitivity Training & Group Encounter an Introduction" in 1971, which was translated into many languages including Japanese.

Bob is also a musician (Bass Player -Jazz and commercial music) and has played with great artists such as: Herbie Hancock, Tommy Flanagan, and Don Friedman. Bob also was the bass player in the all-therapist band "Late Four Dinner."



RichBrooklyn born and bred, Rich has been fascinated with almost all aspects of film/video production since his school days. He studied film production and editing at NYU, though he devoted much of his post-college years to journalism and, in the evenings, acting in off-Broadway plays (when he was lucky enough to get the work). Fortunately, at least for his bank account, Rich was among the first editors to join the staff of Omni (the world’s first glossy science/science fiction magazine), where he wrote and edited articles on everything from homemade tornadoes to NASA’s early plans for the building of an international space station.

Documentaries, particularly those with historical or political elements, drew Rich back to film and video and continue to be among his favorite genres. Trying to get a documentary produced about America’s involvement in the 1960s’ Congo, Rich (along with It’s-A-Go Productions’ Kelley Brower), found himself sipping scotch with one of the world’s most notorious CIA station chiefs.  Shortly after superstorm Katrina hit New Orleans, Rich coordinated a corporate video project in which he had the honor of interviewing victims of the devastating hurricane.

Additionally, he has worked with a number of production companies in the New York area, helping to coordinate a variety of commercial and corporate projects for such diverse clients as CBS and AstraZeneca International.

Among his non-video interests, Rich draws and paints landscapes and was an eager mountaineer for a time, having climbed in the Rockies, the Sierra Nevada, the Cascades, and just a bit in the Indian Himalaya.

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