15 Sept 2020, 18:00-19:15 BST (Online)
The session aims to draw attention to the world of young adults of ‘Gen Z’ with the scope of trying to get insight into their set of values, their passions and the challenges they are facing.
The message of this session also emphasizes the importance of attuning in the process of exploration and invites participants to reflect upon ways in which we could facilitate the bridging between the generations, especially during challening times.
With a better understanding of the frame of reference of young adults, practitioners, parents, tutors, managers and all adults interacting with Gen Z would be better prepared to engage in a more meaningful and productive cooperation.
By bridging the generational gap, we can create more meaning in our social lives.
The session takes place online and will include experiential and creative exercises followed by reflexivity and questions.
While we advocate and encourage attendance at our live webinar/online events to receive the complete experience, we also understand that circumstances happen that mean delegates can no longer attend. This event will be recorded and delegates registered for the event will receive the recording within 10 working days of the event. The recording is for personal use of the registered delegate only and must not be shared. Please understand that in some cases speakers do not give permission to be recorded and this is outside of our control.
Ruxandra AnghelShow content
Ruxandra Anghel is developing her second career in Psychology, following a successful career in Communications. Ruxandra is currently training as an existential psychotherapist, undertaking a doctoral programme in psychotherapy at the New School of Psychotherapy and Counselling. Her doctoral research project focuses on Generation Z and explores their experience of “joy of living” in times of crisis. Ruxandra is also a psychology teaching fellow in academia and she is the founder of a wellbeing programme for students. She had also worked with young people as a senior mentor in personal development and currently practices as a school counsellor. When not working with young people, Ruxandra practices psychotherapy in the NHS as well as she works as a brain injury rehabilitation assistant.
How to Register
Registration is now open and available online only.
In order to register for the event, you will need to sign in using your BPS log in details. If you are not a returning customer, you will need to create an account.
Fees incl. VAT.
- Society Member £48.50
- Non-Society Member £80