Seminar at IUS “New Psychological Perspectives in the Treatment of Stress: Human Givens Approach”

The Seminar on “New Psychological Perspectives in the Treatment of Stress: Human Givens Approach” was held at the International University of Sarajevo  as part of the IUS Life Learning Center (IUS Life) Series, on Thursday, October  30th, 2014. The Seminar brought together experts from the field of psychology and students had the opportunity to improve the existing and acquire new knowledge in this scientific field. The speakers at the Seminar were:

  • Sue Saunders
  • Sue Hanisch
  • Carol Harper

The Seminar is designed as an introduction to the Givens principles that are used to facilitate a better understanding of the behavior and practical information and guidance on how to help people manage everyday stress and based on the findings make positive changes in their lives. The guest speakers talked about the practices that can be appropriately applied. ''There is no health and a sense of natural joy of life that gives meaning to existence, without mental health'' - said Sue Saunders at the beginning of her speech.

Sue Saunders is an expert on Givens practice and an associate member at the Human Givens Institute. She is a member of the Board of Directors of HGI and a founder of the HG Peer Group in Ireland. She is a lecturer at the postgraduate program of cognitive science at University College in Dublin and Nottingham Trent University in Nottingham. At the end of the Seminar, all participants received their certificates of attendance.

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