Family Matters Video Series On-line discussion Group
Anxiety and Decision Making
Nov 15, 2021 (Mon) 7:00 -8:30 pm
We live in a world immersed in monumental amounts of information. We are constantly presented with a wide range of options and conflicting opinions. This is particularly true around election times characterized by polarization. How does one define a position for self in the midst of the avalanche of messages? What are the factors that intervene in someone’s efforts to find their own point of view, their own unique voice? How can one increase the capacity to make thoughtful decisions when anxiety runs high? Joining me to explore key elements that Bowen family systems theory identifies as playing a role when making important decisions in the midst of emotionally aroused social environments is Dr. Dan Papero. For more than 30 years Dr. Papero has been a faculty member at the Bowen Center for the Study of the Family. He has published extensively about family systems theory, family psychotherapy, and the functioning of corporations and organizations.
|Course Code:||FM 11/21|
|Date:||Nov 15, 2021 (Mon)|
|Time:||7:00 pm – 7:30 pm||Viewing of the video
(or participants can view the video in their own time prior to this meeting, and join the discussion at 7:30 pm)
|7:30pm – 8:30 pm||Discussion|
|Fee:||Public||HK $100 per session
HK $100 off if you join 6 or more sessions once
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|Facilitator:||Ms. Jean Tai, M. Guidance & Counselling||Ms. Jean Tai takes special interest in the practice of Bowen theory in her work place and counselling work. She is a long-time student of the Family Institute’s Professional Training Programme in Bowen Family Systems and Therapy.|
|Language:||Cantonese supplemented with English|