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56th HUNGARIAN CONGRESS – Katalin Nogrady

Katalin Nogrady
Katalin Nogrady

“When to say ‘Yes,’ when to say ‘No’: Global Issues of Boundaries (Psychological, Social, Political)” presentation by Katalin Nogrady on Saturday November 26th at 10 am., during the Hungarian Congress at the Hilton Garden Inn Downtown Cleveland
1100 Carnegie Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio, USA 44115

The presentation is about the psychological laws of boundaries in healthy relationships. Katalin will reflect on the difficult questions concerning transnational border violations (immigration crisis) that the world is facing today.
Katalin Nógrádi grew up in Budapest. She arrived in the United States in 2014 with a Calasantius Training Program scholarship, and earned her Master of Arts degree in Psychology and Organizational Leadership degree at Buffalo Medaille College.
She has worked in number of countries and in several fields, but what is dearest to her heart is the foundation that she and her friends established in 1997 and which is called “Drop in the Ocean.” Here she serves as a volunteer and mentor, and donates her work in therapy for the benefit of children who are in state care.