Ульвия Авидан

Ulvia Avidan is a candidate for Psychotherapeutic Sciences at the University of Sigmund Freud in Vienna, as well as a licensed Gestalt psychotherapist.
More than ten years ago, psychotherapy became an integral part of her daily life. Having gained considerable clinical experience, she works as a psychologist in Lithuania at the Vilnius International School, as a lecturer at the University of Mykolas Riomeris, and in private practice. Ulvia is a member of the European Gestalt Association (EAGT) and the Vienna Association of Gestalt Therapists (IG-Wien).


How childhood attachment styles influence our adult relationships?

Attachment is an emotional bond with another person. The earliest bonds formed by children with their caregivers have a tremendous impact that continues throughout life. During the seminar participants will get familiar with the following aspects of attachment theory:
• The fundamental concepts of attachment theory.
• Attachment theory in the daily life context.
Attachment refers to the particular way in which you relate to other people. Your style of attachment was formed at the very beginning of your life, during your first two years. Once established, it is a style that stays with you and plays out in how you relate in intimate relationships and in how you parent your children. Understanding your style of attachment is helpful because it offers you insight into how you felt and developed in your childhood. This also clarifies ways to your emotional well-being as an adult and what you need to improve your close relationships as well as the connection with your own children.

17:30 – 18:30
зал Max Perutz