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We are delighted to announce a very special free lecture, to mark World Mental Health day.  Taking place on Thursday 10th of October, our guest speaker will be Max Dalda Müller. Max will be speaking about the influence of technology and social media on the therapeutic relationship.

 

Date: Thursday 10th October, 6.30pm

 

Venue: Louis Fitzgerald HotelNaas Rd, Newlands Cross, Dublin 22, D22 X5N7

 

Fee: Free but booking is essential

 

Black Mirror: the influence of technology and social media on the therapeutic relationship.

 

10 years ago the iPhone was first released. Today, 80% of the UK population own a smartphone and spend an average 2 and 3/4 hours a day using it, mostly on social media. Smartphones and social media are changing the way we communicate with one another, as well as influencing the way we see ourselves and the world.

 

How can we as therapists respond to these changes? Can we use technology and social media as a therapeutic tool? What about our own relationship with technology?

 

Max Dalda Müller, is a teacher, trainer and counsellor in private practice. He has felt the presence and impact of technology in the lives of his clients and in his personal experience. Sometimes it has been a useful tool which brings people together. At other times it has been the cause of discord, arguments and conflict. At its worst, it has developed into addiction and isolation.

 

Max will explore these issues in his talk and will also focus on his own personal attempt at doing a digital detox.

 

Have a question? Please fill in the purple enquiry box in the right-hand corner or contact us on +353 1-4642268 or enquiries@pcicollege.ie  at any time


If you book a place and find that you cannot attend for any reason, please do cancel your place by sending an email to enquiries@pcicollege.ie  We expect to have a Waiting List for this event and if you do not cancel your place, someone else may miss out on attending. We appreciate your cooperation!

 





 

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