ReadAbsorbthink! Lecture – Why should I trust you ?
October 30, 2021
A significant aspect of the therapeutic process is helping individuals experience safety in a relationship. The therapeutic relationship, like most others, is based on trust. But unlike relationships outside the therapy room, this one often appears to be one sided.
Join us for this month’s ReadAbsorbThink! Lecture where we take a dive into the therapist’s experiences, both as a service user and a provider, exploring the many questions around how trust is built, broken, repaired, and sometimes lost. The discussion is open to everyone who has struggled to ask and answer “Why should I trust you?”
The invitation is to learn and share what the books may not always be able to teach us about perhaps the most essential but difficult experience we have in relationships – Trust!
Zoom link will be sent post confirmation of registration through full payment*
*all payments are non-refundable
Who is it for ?
ReadAbsorbThink! or RAT! is an academic space for those interested in the field of mental health – service users, psychologists, psychiatrists, psychotherapists, counselors, social workers, psychiatric nurses, caregivers, or anyone from the larger community – to explore, understand and re-think themes related to mental health and psychotherapy. This specific lecture is open to anyone interested in the topic.
30 October 2021, Saturday.
₹450 for Indian Participants
£10 for International Participants
About the facilitators
Supported by her background in Applied Psychology from TISS Mumbai, and work experience with well known child rights and mental health organisations, Pratiksha works as a therapist with HNI Delhi. Her interest in mental health awareness is driven by her desire to see it become a part of daily conversations. She is a co-facilitator at HNI Delhi’s monthly awareness event, Chai-logue.