I had the chance to give a presentation at the “Youth, Health and Practical Justice: A multidisciplinary conference” at the Faculty of Health, University of Technology Sydney (5 Dec., 2016). My presentation focused on Youth Identity Crisis and the Internal Conflict with the Divine and Self.
Attachment and authenticity experiences were discussed as the building blocks of youth identity crisis. It was proposed that recognizing these central themes as the two greatest needs of young people would be the first practical step towards advocating for the youth in crisis. Further emphasis was made on the need to advocate for justice for the youth in crisis through fighting unhealthy and abusive parental attachments together, one family at a time.
You can read the presentation slides below of download here.