Resonance in teaching
Individuals communicate their hurt, hate or anger in ways that are destructive to self and others. People who have nowhere to express or learn about their feelings, often decide to remain silent, bottle up or swallow their feelings. This leads to a constant state of unease and thus damage the person psychologically and physically. Teachers play the role of a second parent. In this role, a teacher’s exploration of bottled up emotions is important in the development of the student as well as the growth of a teacher as an individual. This will better the relationship with students, colleagues and in the overall development of the school.
This is an experiential therapeutic workshop to transform the self. This workshop is facilitated by a psychotherapist who have rich experience in dealing with people and their problems. Teachers can take risks in the workshop because we offer a safe arena.