Keeping up & Keeping Sane in Close Relationships
A public talk by Dr. Maureen Gaffney
Date & Location Details;
Thursday 16th May 2019, 7:00 – 9:00 pm. Boole 4, University College Cork.
Tickets €31.50 using discount code IAHIP
Information & Tickets from; www.livelifenow.ie
A large part of your life happens around the relationships which are most important to you – with a partner, your children, your family, and your friends – and a large part of your happiness depends on how those relationships are working out.
Based on the best research and her own wide experience, Dr. Maureen Gaffney will discuss what makes for happy and satisfying relationships – and how to stay resilient in the face of the inevitable setbacks and crises that happen in the best of lives.
This talk is a unique opportunity to see Maureen speak in Cork. She has just returned from two weeks in the US.
Dr. Gaffney’s Bio;
Dr. Maureen Gaffney is a distinguished psychologist, author, consultant, and broadcaster. Her best-selling book Flourishing was the basis of the two-part documentary How to Be Happy which she presented on RTE television. Many will know her from her RTE radio work with Marian Finucane.
Amongst many academic honours she has earned a B.A. in Psychology (University College Cork), an M.A. in Behavioural Sciences (University of Chicago) and a Ph.D. (Trinity College, Dublin). She has served on the board of the HSE and was appointed by successive governments as a Law Reform Commissioner.
She addresses a wide range of audiences here in Ireland, the UK, across Europe and the US. In addition, working with numerous organisations to build resilient, emotionally–intelligent leadership; advising major multinational companies in Ireland and in the US, including Intel, Boston Scientific, Microsoft, Hewlett Packard, Google & Amazon. Maureen is currently finishing her new book.