Gabriela HUM & Mihaela BOUTIERE People often say that this or that person has not yet found himself. But the self is not something one finds, it is something one creates. Thomas Szasz, Personal Conduct, The Second Sin, 1973 Self-discovery: a process when, one understands the very core of his/her own identity. during this process […]
Liana DON, Romania One of the most difficult aspects of psychotherapeutic practice consist in the necessity and the process of supervision, as a tool for each therapist to assume his practice. Usual in the protocol of supervision , the therapist is the one who manage the case and the hypothesis of the inner, actual and […]
Gabriela HUM, Romania An efficient organization is one which is capable: to accept change, to respond to it, to learn from it, to determine a change if it doesn’t appear and when it is needed! Power Point presentation – here.
Psih. Drd. Gabriela HUM URSACHI & Psih. Ruxandra ILEA
The 4 area are a good instrument not only for psychotherapy but also in organizational settings. We use it to assess and modify teams or/and individual motivation during the team building training, in order to make organizational diagnosis during the leadership training in order to teach leaders to observe and work better with their team.
We worked with 56 leaders who attended the Leadership Program organized by Sales Consulting HR Company. They are head of departments and team leaders of Production Department in two multinational factories in Romania.
We want to present how the 4-areas rhomb can help leaders to discover team motivation at the job.
Psih. Gabriela HUM-URSACHI & Dr. Liana DON
A person suffering from one of the anxiety disorders usually feels intense and irrational fear, as if something dreadful is about to happen. The person is not out of contact with reality; the dreadful feeling does not render the person incapable of coping with daily life. Instead, this feeling makes the person miserable. The feeling is common to the anxiety disorders and that is what brings anxiety disorders into a class (Stein, Young, 1998).