Educating specialists at childcare institutions’ on innovative new methods of psychodiagnosis and mental therapy

03 September 2014

From the 24 to the 26 of August 2014 a series of training seminars on Mozartika psycho-diagnostics and innovative techniques on mental therapy were held in Sergiev Posad, Moscow Region. The sessions were for specialists of sponsored children’s homes and residential schools and were organized by the Art, Science and Sport Charity Foundation.

The teachers and psychologists were presented with the Mozartika set of remedial educational games, including The Journey to Space, Town, Stained Glass, Russian miracle, Manor, Mists, etc. the main goal of which is to determine and correct children’s emotional states as well as improving their problem solving, interpersonal skills, social adjustment, personal development, their ability to find their own place in the world and giving them a harmonious outlook on the world.

According to Angela Nikeyeva, one of the seminars’ participants from the Vladimir region: “There is nothing like these games in the world today. They impress with their sheer scale, variation and limitless possibilities. Every day we discovered something new, listened, memorized, analyzed and played. I can definitely say that by the end of the training I began to understand the language of the subconscious.”

The training seminars that covered more than ten social institutions in nine Russian regions were held by Polina Russavskaya, the author of the technique.

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