Group training

Why is group work good?

The purpose of the psychological trainings is to expand the participants' psychological knowledge and improve their mental health. These trainings cover different topics, from emotional intelligence to communication skills and stress management. Programs can be group or individual and often use interactive methods such as role plays, group discussions and exercises.
Principles of cognitive behavioral therapy and positive psychology are often integrated into training sessions to help participants understand their thinking patterns and emotional reactions. In addition to the theoretical foundations, the trainings also offer practical tools that participants can use in everyday life.
Psychological training can be beneficial to both individuals and companies in promoting workplace performance and employee well-being. These trainings can help you manage conflict, develop emotional intelligence, reduce stress, and support overall psychological health. This type of training can help managers with effective communication and conflict management, as well as employees with work-life balance.

On an individual level, psychological trainings can be useful in developing life skills, increasing self-awareness and dealing with psychological problems. Interactive and participatory trainings help strengthen personal relationships and develop emotional intelligence. It is important to emphasize that although psychological trainings can bring many benefits, they are not a substitute for therapy with a specialist, especially in the case of more serious psychological problems. Such trainings should be treated more as a means of prevention and personal development.

Examples of topics:

Communication skills development
Conflict management
Management skills development
Anti-burnout training
Effective maintenance of self-boundaries