We have probably often asked ourselves about our co-workers (as well family members): ‘How could he do something like that? No wonder he keeps having problems with co-workers and the boss.’ We may have also wondered about our own behaviour: ‘Why did I have to react like that…? This keeps happening to me …’
Maybe we thought to ourselves: ‘Why do these same things keeping happening to me in my life?! I can’t rely on anyone anymore!’ What happens in such situations? We are trying to change our behaviour and improve our interpersonal communication, but all our efforts are usually unsuccessful. Why? Because our learned past patterns are too strong and hinder us from affecting permanent change in ourselves (behaviour, communication, self-image, self-confidence).
You’ve probably already wondered why you then feel so drained of energy, tired, maybe even fed up …
What is happening within you then? What are your thoughts, emotions, feelings? What do you usually at such times?
In moments like this, we certainly can’t feel comfortable or ‘normal’; the whole thing can become even worse. What can help us take care of ourselves, our well-being – and consequently our health, and above all to improve our communication and collaboration with others?
We need to leave our past behind us, take a relaxed look, and look to the future. But first, we have to learn to live in the present.
We have wonderful options: mindfulness, so-called self-compassion, the polyvagal theory that is very useful in everyday life …
The workshop is organised in person or on-line using various platforms (Zoom, MS Teams). The number of hours per meeting is determined by agreement with the customer.
Workshops and training sessions consist of: short input sessions, discussions, individual, pair, and group work.
The techniques I employ aim to encourage participants to immediately apply what they have learned to their daily routine.
Our basic programmes comprise 16 academic hours, while shorter programmes last 8 academic hours (these programmes involve fewer exercises and practical examples). We recommend a minimum of 24 academic hours if you seek to train your employees thoroughly.
The recommended number of participants per workshop is 20; and 10 per training. The client may, of course, opt for a larger number of participants. In this case, a training session becomes a workshop, and a workshop becomes a seminar/lecture (over 25 participants).
The prices of workshops, training sessions, seminars/lectures depend on their duration, the number of participants, and additional preparation time (i.e., analysing participants’ level of proficiency, designing customised solutions, etc.). The final price is always agreed upon in advance with the client.