May 15, 2024 13:10
The dangers of too much work - Webinar by psychologist Bernadette Kun

In our work-driven world, working a lot is usually encouraged. However, it is often difficult to stop, set boundaries, and find the right balance between work and private life. So how much work is too much work, and how can you keep a healthy relation to your work or study? You‘ll get the answers at the next Alumni Hungary Webinar on 29 May by psychologist Bernadette Kun.


Date: 29 May 2024, 10:00 and 11:30 am (CET).

Participation is free but registration for the webinar is required!


This webinar is only available for the registered members of the Alumni Network Hungary.


Registration deadline: Monday, 27 March

Summary of the webinar:

The webinar will explore the topic of workaholism, and delve into the complex background of the problem, and its social, familial, and personal dimensions. We will look through the diverse manifestations of work addiction across genders, age groups, and professions, shedding light on potential risk factors. Moreover, we'll explore the impact of work addiction on individuals' personal lives, work-life balance, familial relationships, health behaviors, and physical and mental well-being. The presentation will also show treatment suggestions and practical advice. Our speaker, Bernadette Kun, will draw upon her research to provide the latest insights into work addiction.

About the presenter:

Dr. Bernadette Kun is a psychologist and associate professor, heads the Department of Clinical Psychology and Addiction at Eötvös Loránd University. With almost 20 years of research experience, she focuses on addictive disorders, especially non-substance-related addictions, notably work addiction. She has authored nearly 100 scientific papers and discussed work addiction extensively, contributing significantly to its comprehension. In 2022, her book "Workaholics: The Psychology of Self-Exploitation" was published.

Don't miss this opportunity to gain knowledge on this critical issue! Come and join this inspiring webinar on 29 May! 

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