Pohvale za naše volontere psihologe i decu iz doma u Beloj Crkvi

Zadovoljstvo nam je da podelimo detalje sa svake grupne radionice za mališane iz doma u Beloj Crkvi, jer naši volonteri, psiholozi, obavljaju sjajan posao – od odabira tema do kombinovanja aktivnosti i svega ostalog.

Kao prvi zadatak mališani su imali jedan simpatičan enerdžajzer tokom kog su napravili jedan talas, u kome svaka osoba sa desne strane treba da rukama imitira pokret osobe koja je započela krug.

Zatim su imali zadatak da zamisle kako su na planeti gde su se polovi zamenili i pitali ih šta bi radili tog dana da su drugačijeg pola, čime bi se bavili i šta bi oblačili. Cilj je bio da ih naučimo da razlike između polova nisu velike i da ponašanje i postupci ne treba da zavise od toga kom polu pripadamo.

Nakon toga su naučili kako da traže ono što žele, pa smo pisali dobre i loše načine na koje se to radi i naučili ih pet koraka koje bi trebalo proći kada želimo nešto da zamolimo neku drugu osobu. Fokus je bio na tome kako da se obraćaju  osobi koja se ophodi prema njima onako kako ne bi želeli.

Nakon uspešne radionice, mališani su se družili sa volonterima ispred doma.

 

Praise for Our Volunteer Psychologists and Children from the Institution for Children without Parential Care in Bela Crkva

We are pleased to share details from each group workshop for the little ones from the Institution for Children without Parential Care in Bela Crkva, as our volunteers, psychologists, are doing a fantastic job—from selecting topics to combining activities and everything in between.

As their first task, the children had a charming icebreaker where they created a wave, in which each person on the right side had to mimic the movement of the person who started the circle with their hands.

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Next, they were tasked with imagining a world where genders were reversed, and they were asked what they would do that day if they were a different gender — what activities they would engage in and what they would wear. The goal was to teach them that the differences between genders are not significant and that behavior and actions should not depend on the gender to which we belong.

Afterwards, they learned how to assertively express their desires. We discussed both positive and negative ways to do this and taught them five steps to follow when asking someone for something. The focus was on how to address a person who treats them in a way they wouldn’t want.

Following a successful workshop, the children spent time socializing with the volunteers outside the orphanage.