Developing socio-emotional skills with tales

In schools, these skills are also developed in an unspoken way through collaborative methods, group work, self-reflection or, for example, a project-centred approach, if there is such an opportunity.

We use complex pedagogical and psychological methods to develop emotional-interpersonal skills in a focused way; experiential work with stories, which stimulates the imagination, can be used very effectively.

I've learned from Ildikó Boldizsár, that "every situation in life has it's tale counterpart."

For the focused development of emotional-social skills, we try to find the best stories that develop personality through analogy and imaginative scenarios.

Our creative-developmental storytelling therapy groups are the best for preschoolers, pre-schoolers and toddlers.

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