Connecting the Dots: Early Emotional Bonds and Adult Experiences | Beyond the Classroom Series
Join Psychologist Avantika Bhatia as she examines attachment theory and the role it plays in our relationships and career trajectories.
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Don’t miss the second last seminar of Semester 1!
We have heard about the importance of childhood experiences in shaping us as adults. But how exactly do our early relational experiences inform the way in which we frame our experiences as adults?
In our eleventh seminar, Prof. Bhatia will examine the utility of attachment theory in understanding a range of issues such as our mental health, career trajectory, and even the relationship with our therapist!
Prof. Avantika Bhatia earned her Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology and Master’s in Rehabilitation Counseling from the University of Maryland. Her research focuses on what makes psychotherapy work, particularly the “human” and relational aspect of therapy. Other areas of her interest and experience include adult psychotherapy, psychodynamic therapy, working with survivors of trauma, multicultural issues, and eating disorders.
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Time: 8:30-9:30 pm | Date: May 9, 2020 | Day: Saturday
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