Communication is an integral part of life, so our second session was focused on communication skills development and atmosphere of trust in the group. Together with psychologists, participants performed exercises aimed at overcoming psychological barriers and enriching verbal and nonverbal means of communication.
“I really liked the training! It turned out we all communicate differently, some people use facial expressions actively during the conversation, other prefer gestures, and some people perceive information visually. It is important to listen to people carefully and respect their way of communication “- shared with us Anastasia*, summer camp’s youth-leaders.
Psychological assistance provided under the project “Repair and relief services for people affected by the crisis in Eastern Ukraine”, with the financial support of the German Federal Foreign Office.