Even the most loving parents sometimes find it difficult to understand the child’s world, to understand his experiences, fears of hope and expectations. The territory of the child is a space where psychologists and teachers will help parents understand the issues of education and communication with children.
February 15 19: 00-21: 00
“How emotional intelligence affects the development of the child”
In order for a child to be interested in learning, he, first of all, needs to feel safe and comfortable in a team, understand his and others’ emotions, and be able to express his opinion. At the master class, you will get acquainted with the first system-based approach to the development of children in Russia, taking into account emotional intelligence.
As a result, children do not just receive knowledge, but participate with interest in research projects, learn to learn, acquire and reinforce skills that help in life.
The workshop is conducted by Victoria Shimanskaya, a doctor of psychology, a leading Russian expert in the development of emotional intelligence, and a teacher at the Moscow Institute of Psychoanalysis. Victoria is the author of the first Russian patented methodology for the development of children’s emotional intelligence, the author of books and Monsiki educational materials.
What are emotions and how to be friends. Shimanskaya also conducts training on EQ and advanced training courses for teachers Social and Emotional Education.
February 22 19: 00-21: 00
“Dad you do not have a mom, or the visible and invisible role of the father”
In a patriarchal society, as soon as it comes to the upbringing and development of children, their physical and mental health and success, we turn to the mother. On it lies the entire burden of responsibility for the children, and dad is somewhere on the horizon, looming with mammoths.
But is it?
Would Freud describe the Oedipus complex if it were not for his father? Were the children of Benjamin Spock happy and how was their fate? Why did the native son of Napoleon prefer to live a very quiet and inconspicuous life?
A completely natural question arises: how do our adults and our fathers influence us adults?
In a public lecture, psychologist Marina Ponomareva will discuss with parents why the themes of achievement, financial and social success, and sexual relations are so often associated with the father and his participation in raising a child.
Marina Ponomareva – Counseling Psychologist, Senior Lecturer at the Department of Psychotherapy and Psychological Counseling, MIP, full member of SSP, member of SOTA and EATA, author and presenter of training programs on psychological counseling.
March 1 19: 00-21: 00
“Compliment, praise, support. Constructive communication skills between parents and children ”
The ability to support, praise or make a compliment is a whole art that strengthens the relationship between the child and the parents. At the lecture you will learn about the main signs of attention to the person and how to properly render them.
So that parents and children can master the skills of constructive communication, psychologist Elena Asencio Martinez has created art albums aimed at the practical development of signs of attention and support. This experience can be useful for children and parents, not only within the family, but also in the circle of peers and friends.
Elena Asencio Martinez – Ph.D. in Psychology, psychologist-consultant, specialist in the field of art therapy, a member of the NGO “Art Therapeutic Association”, author of the series “Art Albums for Family Counseling”. She is a student of Natalie Rogers, a graduate of the Express Personality Centered Approach program at the Graduate School of Social Sciences, Sofia University, California, USA.
Register for master classes at the link: https://goo.gl/forms/0dpEAKFbjcfWG5ad2
Lectures and master classes will be held at the Tolerance Center of the Jewish Museum at the address: Moscow, ul. Obraztsova, 11, p.
1A entrance from Novosuschevsky lane (metro station Maryina Roshcha).