Psychological training

We offer training whose aim is gaining knowledge on psychological phenomena and processes, as well as increasing practical skills of how to cope with customers, persons being under our charge, students, co-workers, etc.

Therefore, for teachers it will mean supporting their pedagogical work; for the social workers – coping with difficult customers and stress; for business – developing managerial staff and organisation, etc.

Themes of trainings in our offer:

·        Interpersonal communication

·        Assertiveness

·        Coping with stress and job burnout

·        Relaxation techniques

·        Creative thinking techniques (Creativity training)

·        Autopresentation techniques

·        Memory and Accelerated Learning techniques (Mnemotechniques)

·        Personal development

·        Group integration

·        Psychological picture

·        Psychological prophylaxis (preventing social pathologies, drugs, alcoholism and other addictions, physical violence, aggression, truancy, etc.)

·        Practical pedagogical skills training

·        Motivation techniques

·        Transactional analysis in group work

·        Working with a difficult group (class, team)

·        Working with a difficult individual (student, customer)

·        Therapeutic skills (of a teacher, social worker, occupational therapy instructor, pedagogue)

·        Negotiations and Mediations: How To Solve Conflicts Effectively?

·        Coping with aggression and violence

·        Cooperation with students’ parents

·        Human Rights

·        National and Ethnic Minorities Rights

·        Group Dynamics and group processes

·        Interpersonal training

·        Using Forum Theater technique in working with a group

·        Drama in working with groups

·        Sociometric techniques in working with groups

·        Decision Making

·        Time Management

·        Career Management

·        Crisis Management

And many others.

The psychological trainings we run do fit like a glove.

Every theme constitutes a separate entity and should be conducted in form of a workshop (minimum 4 x 45 minutes), alternatively a lecture (2 x 45 minutes).