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 «Who am I, in fact, or my faces in identity clothes?».
What is more important in the self-determination of yourself thought or feeling? Is cognitive assessment adapted to an emotional response, and do rational thoughts shape our feelings? Where do we get an idea about ourselves? How do we find out who we are as children, as men/women, as husbands/wives, as fathers/ mothers and people? Do the named identities affect us? And what happens to us if some of them are deficient or even destroyed? Valerii Dorozhkin will look for answers to these questions during a regular meeting with guests of the project «Open yourself».
The meeting will take place on Tuesday, July 4th, at 19:00 in the creative space «Schastie HUB» (Kyiv, Pankivska str., 14).
Registration for the event is required at following the link: https://goo.gl/forms/gs4xq35GTP6hSpNH3
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«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.).