University College Dublin (UCD) has announced the 10 speakers who will take part in the university’s fourth annual TEDxUCD event.
Among this year’s TEDxUCD speakers is Dr Susan Delaney, a clinical psychologist and Bereavement Services Manager here at the Irish Hospice Foundation, which has a long standing relationship with UCD’s School of Psychology. Susan’s TEDxUCD 2016 talk is entitled ‘Grief, it’s complicated…..10% of the time.’
Dr Susan Delaney said, “Is all grief normal? Or is all grief complicated in its own way? We tend to hold strong opinions about grief, but often these beliefs are at odds with the research. In my forthcoming TEDxUCD talk, I will examine some myths around grief and present the case for why grief should sometimes be diagnosed as a psychological disorder.
TEDxUCD 2016 takes place on Friday 9 December, (10 am – 4 pm), in the UCD Dramsoc Theatre, UCD Student Centre. Visit here for more information on the exceptional speakers.
The event will feature exceptional talks from members of the wider UCD community including researchers, students, alumni and friends who will speak on a wide range of ideas worth spreading.
The 100 free tickets to attend TEDxUCD 2016 will go on ‘sale’ on Wednesday, 9 November at 1:30 pm via www.ucd.ie/innovation/newsevents/tedxucd/tickets/
Pictured at University College Dublin are 3 of the 10 TEDxUCD 2016 speakers; Dr Susan Delaney, Dr Andrew Hogan and Dearbhla Burke