“The Psychology of Adolescents and Young Adults:
Understanding the mindset and issues faced by children growing up in modern society”.
This session is more suited for parents with adolescent or young adult children.
The session will cover:
The psychology of young people growing up in modern society faced with the cultural diversities of the western world.
A range of key issues faced by adolescents, including social media addiction, exposure to drugs and alcohol, depression, anxiety and stress, among others.
The psychological perspective on mindfulness as a technique that can help heal the psyche of an adolescent or young adult.
Date: Sunday, 25th August 2019
Time: 6 pm to 8 pm
Venue: Nirodha City Centre
Please register [on the right] if you are interested in attending this free session.
This session is open to non-Nirodha yogis who may be interested in this content or could benefit from this session.
Sanju Rusara Seneviratne
MBPsS, BSc (Hons) - UK
Rose is a member of British Psychological Society and completed a BSc in Psychology from the University of Derby in the United Kingdom with first class honours. She is currently pursuing further education with the aim of completing a Ph.D. and is lecturing undergraduates studying psychology. Rose began her meditation practice at the young age of 5 and was trained by Bhante Samadhikusalo as a meditation teacher trainee for a number of years.