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Rising from Existential Crisis - Recording
An Existential Crisis is an event that challenges your entire life and turns everything upside down.
In this online event we shall consider what Existential Therapists and philosophers can offer to those in crisis. We shall look at the way in which people respond to crisis and how they can build their resilience in order to rise to the challenges put to them. This is as relevant to dealing with the impact of the pandemic as to dealing with other political, natural, personal, social or emotional crises.
Emmy will be joining us live from London, England.
Emmy van Deurzen
Emmy is a philosopher and existential therapist. She is also a professor of Psychology and Psychotherapy with 17 books to her name and her work has been translated into a dozen languages. She is the Founder and Principal of the New School of Psychotherapy and Counselling at the Existential Academy in London, which offers post-graduate training courses in partnership with Middlesex University (www.nspc.org.uk and www.existentialacademy.com).
Born and raised in the Netherlands, Emmy lived and worked in France for many years before coming to the UK in 1977. Amongst her books are the bestsellers Existential Psychotherapy and Counselling in Practice (Sage, 3d edition 2012), Psychotherapy and the Quest for Happiness (Sage, 2009), Everyday Mysteries (2nd edition Routledge, 2010) and Paradox and Passion(2nd edition, Wiley, 2015). Her book Rising from Existential Crisis is due to come out with PCCS books in 2021.
The recording counts as 2 hours of Category B CPD for PACFA's membership renewal requirements
PACFA Members: FREE
Non-Members $26 (incl. GST)
PLEASE NOTE: RECORDING EXPIRES 26 November 2021 - Must view before this date.
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