Cultural Balance, When Baby Makes Three Cultures

Marriage and family therapist Therese Bogan
ma 7.10. klo 14.30 – 15.15

HUOM! Tallennettu nettiluento alkaa kohdasta 00:47 minuuttia.

Therese Bogan, the lecturer, is a licensed marriage and family therapist and integrative consultant. The lecture is organised by Duo (for intercultural families) in cooperation with Väestöliitto.

Finding the balance after the new baby is a huge task. We all have our own take on how to raise a baby; in our family, our cultures shared, and in the society that we live in. Combining these exceptions and differences can be the biggest challenge to the structure we build in our family.
After the lecture (30 minutes) Therese will have time for comments and questions.

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  • 14:30 Diad-Kahden kulttuurin perheet Welcome to Duo's online lecture! You can participate by listening, browsing the presentation slides at your own pace and asking questions about the topic of the lecture by writing them to the chat field. The lecturer will answer to questions at the end of the lecture, so do stay online.
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  • 14:32 Diad-Kahden kulttuurin perheet Welcome MMI!
  • 14:32 Diad-Kahden kulttuurin perheet The lecture just started.
  • 14:32 Diad-Kahden kulttuurin perheet Welcome Valpuri!
  • 14:33 Diad-Kahden kulttuurin perheet You can make comments and ask questions from Therese (the lecturer) by writing your comments and questions to the chat field. Therese will answer to the questions at the end of the lecture.
  • 14:44 Diad-Kahden kulttuurin perheet Welcome KiraLa! You can participate by listening, browsing the presentation slides at your own pace and asking questions about the topic of the lecture by writing them to the chat field. The lecturer will answer to questions at the end of the lecture, so do stay online.
  • 14:46 Diad-Kahden kulttuurin perheet Welcome Renske!
  • 14:48 Renske Diad, I cannot hear nor see anything..(except for the slides)
  • 14:48 Diad-Kahden kulttuurin perheet Renske: Could you try refreshing your browser?
  • 14:48 Diad-Kahden kulttuurin perheet Is anyone else experiencing problems with the sound or the video?
  • 14:49 Nilla-Väestöliitto Renske: you can also try changing your browser. Usually chrome or firefox works well
  • 14:49 Diad-Kahden kulttuurin perheet Welcome to you as well Sarapi!
  • 14:51 Diad-Kahden kulttuurin perheet Welcome LenaD!
  • 14:51 Diad-Kahden kulttuurin perheet Remember that you can make comments and ask questions from Therese (the lecturer) by writing your comments and questions to the chat field. Therese will answer to the questions at the end of the lecture :)
  • 14:53 Diad-Kahden kulttuurin perheet Renske: Can you see and hear now?
  • 14:55 Renske2 Yes, thanks!
  • 14:57 Diad-Kahden kulttuurin perheet Therese: What advise would you give to advise parents who have not really talked about how to bring up a child (what traditions to maintain and what values to carry on), and who, after the birth of the baby, find themselves arguing about (cultural) values and traditions?
  • 14:59 Diad-Kahden kulttuurin perheet Also, if you met an intercultural couple who was expecting their first child, what advise would you give to them? What's the most important thing - in your opinion - they should be aware of, take into account, talk about, decide...?
  • 15:02 Diad-Kahden kulttuurin perheet Welcome Dacc!
  • 15:03 Diad-Kahden kulttuurin perheet We still have 15 minutes, so please do comment and/or make questions about the topics of today's lecture.
  • 15:06 LenaD Would you have advice for an intercultural couple which lives in a third country and needs to cope with the expectations / rules / values also coming from that culture?
  • 15:10 Dacc I think, the important aspect of the cultural balance between two cultures is not only "culture" but is a combination of being "Man" & "Woman" plus own family cultural backgorund. It will be interesting to hear examples of families with children and how they cooperate in this everyday life.
  • 15:17 Diad-Kahden kulttuurin perheet A very good point Dacc. I fully agree with you, but to me, what the concept/word "culture" means is much more than simply the culture of each country. To me culture means our personal experiences, our family history, our cultural background, our sense of identity (gender, cultural, national, work, ...) So in a sense, where I am coming from, culture is the totality of socially transmitted behavior patterns, arts, beliefs...