Men are from Mars, Women are from Venus – Understanding and Enjoying Our Differences

We know by evidence that men’s and women’s brain are structured differently.

This may lead to create confusion and frustration many times in a relationship between man and woman.

In this mini-workshop, we will explore our differences and its impact on the expectations we have from each other.

We will also explore how to overcome these frustrations.

After this workshop we will be able to:

  • Identify our own expectations towards self and our partners
  • To get more clarity about Gender differences and its impact on building expectations
  • To distinguish between different kinds of expectations and the results of them being unfulfilled (Frustration, Anger, Disappointment, Hurt)and how to overcome these feelings.
  • To create a healthier roadmap for better communication

This evening is an invitation to couples, to deepen their understanding and also to those who are not currently involved with someone.

Facilitator: Dr. Yaron Ziv

Dr.Yaron Ziv is a senior psychotherapist, who specializes in parental skills, family life, couple relationships, and interpretation of dreams.

He has a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from Newport International University, Ph.D. in Educational Psychology from Christopher the Philosopher University, a degree in Clinical Social work, MSW, from Yeshiva University, Organizational Consultancy in Organizational Behavior, M.Sc, from Polytechnic University and an L.L.M from Bar-Ilan University.

Dr. Ziv is a lecturer at various schools and the Founder of MAOF Therapy at The Israeli Centre for Gestalt and Creative Arts for Human Growth and Development. He is also a Biodanza facilitator, a mediator and an AUM Meditation Leader and has facilitated workshops all over the world.

Date and Time: 19 Oct 2018 (6:00 PM – 8:30 PM)

3  Student/Artist/Need-based Partial scholarships are available.

Contact: Rachel
Phone: +91 9250361909

Please Call between 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM IST


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