Online PTG workshop for coaches, psychologists, doctors, HR-professionals, healthcare professionals and managers
Why would you always need to stay vulnerable or need to keep an eye on your limits after misery? It’s not necessary! You can grow and therefore emerge even stronger from it.
In science this phenomenon is called PostTraumatic Growth, another name for “what doesn’t kill you, makes you stronger”.
coaches, psychologists, doctors, HR-professionals, healthcare professionals and managers
The workshop has been developed for professionals involved in the treatment/coaching/guiding of employees who risk absenteeism due to psychological/emotional related complaints such as burnout, stress, depression, fears, psychological complaints due to illness or other misery.
Scientific publication and practical experience
Et Emergo researched the phenomenon of PostTraumatic Growth in people who have had a burnout. A scientific publication about this research was published in September 2019 in the International Journal of Workplace Health Management.
In addition to this scientific background, we can exhaust on years of practical experience. In the workshop, the results of the research, our knowledge of PTG and our experiences are shared in a practical, recognizable and useful manner. This leads to an inspiring workshop in which you briefly and powerfully become acquainted with the positive and hopeful ideas of PTG and acquire knowledge about how you can apply that concept in your life and work.
The goal of the workshop is to provide participants:
- To provide insight into the phenomenon of PostTraumatic Growth (PTG) and the effect of PTG on burnout complaints and other misery. And especially how enthusiasm can arise (again).
- To provide insight into the effect of such a positive label on recovery/growth processes
- Let them experience to what extent they have ever experienced PTG themselves by completing and discussing the PTG questionnaire
- Familiarizing yourself with the 5 different sub-areas of PTG
- Knowledge of how PTG can be achieved by discussing a model in this regard, as well as by providing many practical tools and examples
- Learning how important the role/attitude of professionals is in achieving PTG
Anja Jongkind (1953) and Greet Vonk (1964) have been working together within Et Emergo since 2013. They have developed PTG Coaching and work with this. For more than 40 years, Anja has based her work on these principles in her practice as a therapist, later as a coach. Greet learned ‘the profession’ 20 years ago of her and conducted a scientific study regarding Post-Traumatic Growth. Her research was recently published in the scientific journal International Journal of Workplace Health Management.
Greet Vonk MSc
Greet Vonk gives this workshop. Greet regularly gives lectures/workshops in the field of PostTraumatic Growth (PTG). She does this for various target groups. For example, she spoke at the European Congress of Positive Psychology and at the scientific symposium of the Dutch Order of Professional Coaches (NOBCO). She provides workshops for, among others, coaches, HRM/health professionals and managers. She also leads inspiration sessions within organizations about the “positive side” of burnout, stress, depression, fears and other misery.
Greet Vonk (MSc) is a Master Practitioner Coach affiliated with EMCC / NOBCO.
Duration: 1 half-day
Location: Online via Zoom
Participants: Minimum 4 maximum 20
PTG is about ‘what doesn’t kill you, makes you stronger’
Drastic events can have a significant impact on your life whether it’s getting an illness, experiencing a burnout or depression, seeing an accident happen, going through a divorce, losing a job, losing job prospects, or other misery. It is often intense and drastic. But challenging times or misery can ultimately also completely transform the course of your life positively.
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