Surely you have already had questions about the difficulties of different trends in psychology, about the present and the future of the profession.
At the joint event of Mindset Psychology and Mathias Corvinus Collegium, well-known Hungarian psychologists share their views and discuss the situation of psychology in Hungary.
- Why is it difficult to start a career?
- Does psychology reach those in need?
- Is there a need for a chamber of psychologists?
- How does psychology position itself in the multitude of helping professions?
- Zsolt Demetrovics, Dean of the Faculty of Pedagogy and Psychology of Eötvös Loránd University, Doctor of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences
- Paszkál Kiss, Head of the Department of Social Psychology, Károli Gáspár Reformed University
- Dániel Kozma-Vízkeleti, head of the MCC-Mindset School of Psychology, family psychotherapist, clinical psychologist
- Csaba Pléh, Széchenyi Prize-winning Hungarian psychologist, full member and deputy secretary general of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, founding professor of the Department of Cognitive Science, Budapest University of Technology and Economics.
- Gabriella Vizin clinical psychologist, psychotherapist, schema therapist, assistant professor
Venue: Mathias Corvinus Collegium, 1016, Budapest, Somlói way 51.
Date: 12 October 2020, 6 pm
Gate opening: 5:30 pm.
The event is free, but due to the limited number of seats, pre-registration is required, with which will open on Friday at 12 noon.
It is mandatory to wear a mask during personal participation; this will be checked during the event. We provide hand sanitizer on site, and the chairs are placed one and a half meters apart.
The lecture will also be available online on Mindset Psychology’s Facebook page. We provide an opportunity for spectator to ask questions on the spot, but this part will not be broadcasted.