An unusual technique of wooden sword fencing is a powerful way of diagnosing and working through mental health conditions. Fencing helps to understand true aims and motives of people’s behaviour, methods of interaction with others. Psychological fencing also helps to bring out barriers which hamper exploring yourself. Within the project,students immerse deeper into their profession, learn practically about body-oriented and existential-humanistic approaches in psychology.
Development of skills of interaction, reflection, and analysis of various situations in students.
Fencing, body-oriented psychotherapy, existential-humanistic approach, observation, analysis of practical situations.
Acquisition of skills of psychological work: analysis, reflection, and interpretation of the features of human interaction, and formation and realisation of new models of behaviour.Development of communication skills, sense of purpose, flexibility, and creative attitude to life.