Dharma talk- Healthy Relationships: A Buddhist Perspective
What’s unhealthy and what’s healthy in our attachments to others?
Dr. Eng-Kong Tan, a psychiatrist, psychotherapist and couple therapist, will be with us in a Q & A session to discuss establishing, managing and sustaining relationships in our contemporary society. He will present the Western dynamically oriented psychotherapeutic approaches as well as Buddhist perspectives on relationships. Come along with your questions, issues and points of view.
Dr. Tan is a medical doctor, consultant psychiatrist and analytic psychotherapist. He is the Founder and Chairman of the Metta Clinic, an established group psychological practice in Pymble, Sydney.
Macquarie Uni can be accessed by train and bus. Thebuilding X5B is approximately 15 minutes walk from the train station. Casual metered parking is located in the outdoor carparks with the closest being W4 and X3. For more information visit http://www.mq.edu.au/about/contacts-and-maps/getting-to-macquarie/parking/where-to-park
Date and Time
Building X5B Room 134 Macquarie University
Building X5B Room 134
North Ryde, NSW 2109