The Open Ukraine Foundation within the framework of the program «Open Yourself» invites you to attend the lecture of a doctor of psychological science, practicing psychologist, professor of psychology of Institute of staff training of the State Employment Service of Ukraine Valerii Dorozhkin on « Emotional background of parent`s family or factors that prevent the understanding with partner (illustrated story)».
During the meeting Valerii Dorozhkin will focus on such questions:
Are all people strive towards happiness?
Why do we say about some individuals, that they like to suffer?
What helps and prevent us of agreement on the desired emotional atmosphere with our partners?
Do we have the emotional passions, that we do not know and what they might be related?
What are the emotional languages and what languages we personally own?
The meeting will take place on Thursday, December 8th, at 19:00 in INVERIA creative space (Kyiv, Volodymyrska str., 49a).
Registration for the event is required at following the link: https://goo.gl/forms/OGdGgiANYO7EXF6j2.
For your information:
«Open Yourself» program aimed at personal development and strengthening of individual education. The objective of the program is an extension of new knowledge and ideas for self-development promotion and promotion of civil society development in Ukraine. Within the framework of the program, there are held public lectures, meetings, trainings by specialists in various spheres in order to help the public learn, understand and discover themselves.
Valerii Dorozhkin is a doctor of psychological science, professor of psychology of Institute of staff training of the State Employment Service of Ukraine (Kyiv), practicing psychotherapist. He is the author of a range of publications, including the following books: «Borders of altruism» (Kyiv, 2016, 320 p.), «Altruism: so-called goodness» (Simferopol, 2010, 348 p.), «Experimentative trainings in nature» (St. Petersburg, 2008 192 p.), «Co-therapy: group phenomena, methods and effects» (St. Petersburg, 2007, 192 p.), «Co-therapy and consultative practice» (Kyiv, 2001, 184 p.).