Ø Acquire the bases of the PRH helping relationship method.
Ø Discover and experience the necessary attitudes.
Ø Become equipped to meet the requests for help in your daily or professional life.
Part 1 – The fundamental attitudes for helping others
The emphasis is on “how to be” through a quality of listening and fundamental attitudes
Part 2 – The various forms of help and my main reference points for helping others
Dialogue approach, non-directive approach, and directive approach
From my own experience as accompanist, I bring out my main reference points for helping others
The main component of this workshop is experiencing interviews lived within the group of participants. These interviews are followed by observation work, sharing, and dialogue concerning the various points observed. All of this takes place under the responsibility, the direction, and input from the facilitator.
Action plan and final inventory
The training takes place in a group. Questions invite you to observe yourself on this theme and to describe your experience. The time of guided analysis is followed by optional sharing, without into discussion. In order to deepen participants’ personal research, the educator gives input and uses various means (diagrams, commentaries, observations notes, etc.). The variety of experiences shared in the group enriches participants. You are then invited to make well thought out decisions corresponding to your actual reality.
You are required to have taken the Who Am I? workshop and the module Learning to Receive Help Using the PRH Method. The workshop is not recommended for deeply perturbed individuals or for individuals in psychotherapy, unless they receive approval from their psychotherapist.