A webinar on why we seek control in an era of uncertainty
Overwhelmed by a struggling planet?
As the climate emergency becomes more real and more spoken about, some of us also start to worry more. The scenery around us changes, scientists put pressure on governments and citizens, new deadlines are imposed, and time seems, now more than ever, too little.
This combination of warnings and tangible changes forces us to confront things that are more easily ignored otherwise: vulnerability, distance, lack of control, death.
This and a lot more will be the topic of this presentation: how do we react to disasters? What does that say about ourselves? What can we do to extract meaning from these situations without freezing?
There is great potential in fear, anxiety and grief. We just need to learn new ways to look at tragedies and our human nature.
Join us and find out more about Eco-Anxiety and how to deal with fear and uncertainty around environmental change and disasters.
Speaker: Benedetta La Rosa
Benedetta is a psychologist, graduated in Clinical Neuropsychology from Leiden University and passionate about therapy in all its forms.
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FEES: Free - Registration necessary
TIME: 17.30 - 18.30 CEST