Although we all know that there is no such thing as a perfect practitioner, mistakes, be they small or big, often take us by surprise and can even destroy us.
An error, regardless of its objective significance, is in fact an unpleasant and painful experience that we would all like to distance ourselves from, and which we all, in one way or another, try to deny.
How then can we integrate the idea of error, failure and imperfection into our work in such a way as to strengthen our professional identity and improve the quality of our work?
Starting with the idea that imperfection and error can be portals to personal, professional and transpersonal growth and using highly experiential activities, we will explore how it is possible to support our learning process through self-acceptance, self-compassion and profound contact with our human potential, which can be highlighted by failure and error.
Associazione Sul Sentiero (Florence, Italy)
Speaker and Facilitator:
Paolo Assandri – Counselling Psychologist & Psychotherapist
Who this course is for:
Practitioners in the area of healthcare and education (Teachers, Counsellors, Psychologists, Psychotherapists, Coaches, Doctors, Social Workers, Physiotherapists, Nurses, etc.)
20 February 2021
Florence (Italy) - in attendance
The seminar may be held online via Zoom should the Covid19 emergency unfortunately be extended)
Cost and Registration Procedure: