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Distance lecture "How to communicate when one of the partners is ill?"

Seminar
free of charge
Event date
2021-04-12 17:00 To 18:00

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Let's meet again. How to communicate when one of the partners falls ill?

Unexpected health problems in the family pose a challenge not only to the physical but also to the emotional health of its members. When one of the partners falls ill, the rhythm of life, conditions and usual rituals suddenly change. The changes and uncertainty associated with it create tension, stress in the relationship between the couple and family members. In order to avoid mutual communication, emotional tension or to recognize the changed communication in the couple, we invite you to join a distance lecture, where we will discuss:

What challenges does the couple face when the other party falls ill (distribution of roles, responsibilities, communication, etc.).
Emotional stages in a couple’s journey as they travel through healing processes?
How to express what we are most afraid of (we will discuss fears and unpleasant feelings through practical examples)?
How to strengthen communication skills in case of illness of one of the partners?

Participation is free. The lecture is funded by the Ministry of Social Security and Labor of the Republic of Lithuania. The number of participants is limited. You can register at https://forms.gle/sMjbtrD1wbK6qkC48 . The lecture will take place remotely. A link to an email will be sent the day before the lecture. mail. The recording of the lecture will not be done, therefore it is important to connect the participants on time and test the computer equipment before the lecture.

Lecturer: psychologist Agnė Garmuvienė, who has 2 years of experience working in the field of personal health care, consulting patients with various diseases. Conducts seminars for professionals and the public on burnout, stress management techniques, building professional relationships in the workplace and building relationships in the family when one of the family members falls ill. Acquired a specialization in oncopsychology.