The subject offers an insight into the rapidly evolving branch of applied social psychology in relation to social psychology. Professional interaction is a series of simulated exercises focused on these specific skills (listening, assertiveness, awards, freely suspended attention in contact with the client, etc.) During the exercises the students‘ attention is focused on the awareness of their own experiences. Part of the course is the discussion of the concept of socio-psychological training, information about its history, its borders (in particular with respect to psychotherapy), its species and methodology.
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