Trainings for practitioners conducted by experienced practioners
The contents of the ESPCT courses are carefully chosen to meet high quality standards. They should either be at the top of best practice in the relevant area and evidenve based. They open up either new fields of school psychological work or add to it on the international level.
The theoretical background of the related topic is presented and discussed.
The trainer teams and particpants share different aspects of their related experience.
add to the quality of exchange and enlarge European collaboration of school psychology.
Offering tools for sometimes difficult situations these must be easy and simple, at least in structure.
Dealing with human beings does make any simple structure complex. Therefore key situations are practiced in simulations and feedback is given.
In many difficult situations teamwork is a must. Therefore teamwork is practiced in the trainings whereever possible.
Working on topics this way is great fun and good mood is encouraged by warming-up exercises.
are carefully chosen for the ESPCT courses (see the CVs on this website).
through feedback of the course participants
Research is conducted on the European international courses.
For these courses there are additional requirements because the first aim of training supporters in highly emotionally demanding situations is to make colleagues sure they can manage.
The main aim of first responders in the aftermath of critical incidents is not to offer therapy but to activate personal coping strategies and coping strategies of schools as systems. Therefore at the beginning of courses under this topic it is the first aim that every trainee understands his/her own personal preferences and reliable coping strategies.
and encourage sharing personal experience
This aim is achieved by opening up for sharing experience on topics which are usually rather rarely dicused professionally and personally: how to deal with death and loss.
Trainees are invited to join networks:
Trainees get further information about developments in the topics of the courses they attended.