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November 16th (Friday) Lecture: Finding The Courage to Survive in World-weary Generation—Adler’s Life Tasks: occupation/work, society/friendship, and love/sexuality

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November 16th (Friday) Lecture

Finding The Courage to Survive in World-weary Generation—Adler’s Life Tasks: occupation/work, society/friendship, and love/sexuality

 

Work, society, and sex comprise the three life tasks with which each person must cope and attempt to find solutions.

Alfred Adler

 

Alfred W. Adler is considered, along with Sigmund Freud and Carl Jung, to be one of the three founding figures of depth psychology.

Due to the book, 被討厭的勇氣:自我啟發之父「阿德勒」的教導, Adlerian psychology receives much attention once again after a hundred year.

 

Known as “psychology of courage,” Adlerian psychology tells us that there is nothing but troubles of relationships, and hence, the three tasks for mankind are occupation/work, society/friendship, and love/sexuality.

These three tasks are not just some credits in college but are crucial to getting happiness.

How would you accomplish these three tasks especially growing up in a “world-weary” generation?

 

What you need is courage!!

 

We invite Adlerian psychologist Chia-Hua Lee to talk about work, love and relationship. She will guide us to think thoroughly in these three categories in order to find the courage and self-worth in life and thus we will be capable of overcoming difficulties. With the experience of clinical examination, psychologist Chia-Hua Lee calls for acting up together!

 

➤Speaker: Chia-Hua Lee (Director of the Adlerian Psychology Association of Taiwan, currently serving as Part-time counselor of the National Taiwan University)

➤ Time: 13:20-15:10, November 16th (Friday), 2018

➤ Venue: Room 210, Second Floor, Humanity Building II

➤ Participant: NCTU faculty members and students (limit of 80 people)

➤ Registration: Please visit NCTU Center of Counseling website, or getting on the waiting list on Nov. 16th.

*This event is recognized a 2-hour credit for the recording document of civil servants, faculty and other staff members at NCTU.

If you have any questions, please contact Ms. Peng (ext. 51312).