We consider schools as a whole.

A new generation education project that brings school administrators, teachers, school staff and parents together with the same ideals.

Our I love my school project consists of 3 main parts:

  1. Role-playing oriented trainings and consultation for our teachers

  2. Trainings and seminars for our parents

  3. Seminars and group workshops for our students

Our focus is “Human”, our mortar is “Sustainable Happiness”

We trained more than 15,000 families in more than 200 institutions and schools.

Since 2014, we have been working on family therapy, educational counseling. As World Therapy Center and ADED (Family Counseling Education Therapy Association), we have successfully brought this project to this day together with expert pedagogues/ psychologists and psycho dramatists in the field, which focuses on the importance of being a family, communication within the family and the development of all individuals within the family.

In these 9 years, “Conscious Families School” and " My School Loves Me” projects are brought to life.

We provide classroom training supported by interactive and role-playing applications to improve teachers’ professional development and communication with students.

We believe that to students to be successful, our teachers and institutional staff should have a good perception of division of the school and have a solution-oriented communication.

Instead of the usual one-day trainings for parents, students, teachers, and staff, we produce sustainable studies that internalize knowledge and put it into practice.

  1. Role-playing focused trainings and consultations for our teachers

  • Classroom communication and managementÖğretmenler Günü nedir? Öğretmenler Günü hangi gün kutlanır? - Molatik Hayat

  • Developing techniques for dealing with difficult children

  • Verbal and physical behaviors to be considered in parent dialogues

  • Goal setting- getting results

  • Creating teamwork and responsibility awareness 

  • Gaining problem solving skills

  • Internalization of time management

  • Efficient working and motivation training

  • Perceiving and understanding the student

  • Developing teachers’ competence, transfer of knowledge managementküçük resim içeren bir resim

Açıklama otomatik olarak oluşturuldu

  • Coping with stress, communication, and motivation trainings, etc.

  1. Trainings and seminars for our parentsiç mekan, tavan, kişi, duvar içeren bir resim

Çok yüksek güvenilirlikle oluşturulmuş açıklama

Approach: Our trainings and seminars follow a third way with real case analysis, interactive group therapy motives, outside of the reward punishment theory. It emphasizes child development and family communication, strengthening the awareness of parents and acting on our common teachings. It consists of seminars using psychodrama techniques with stories from our lives. It is designed with a multidisciplinary approach that brings together many phenomena in our lives and aims to strengthen our parents’ communication with their children. 

We believe that education and learning is a 3-legged structure. We believe that only when each pillar acts with its own sense of responsibility will our independent, creative children be prepared for life. duvar, kişi, iç mekan, dik içeren bir resim

Çok yüksek güvenilirlikle oluşturulmuş açıklama

Parent oriented child development trainings

Each of the following seminar topics is on average 1.5 hours of training

Part I: (Pregnancy and the birth of the child)

  • Things to consider during pregnancy

  • The birth of a child is like discovering the planet Mars

  • Underlying causes of bedwetting, nail biting, stuttering, aggression.

Part II: (The world of our children and their developmental stages)

  • The effects of fairy tales (Little Red Riding Hood and Snow White)

  • The gateway to children: Play

  • Communication solutions for working parents with their children, preventing sibling jealousy

Part III: (How to be a conscious parent)

  • Who is a conscious mother? (How to raise children by managing our personal problems)

  • Methods to protect from addictions (School problems, internet, Tv, tablet, etc.)

  • Managing adolescence in children

Part IV: (Families affected by divorce, loss, illness)

  • Prevention of possible behavioral disorders in children before and after divorce

  • Communication with children who have experienced loss (mother, father, grandparents, siblings etc.)

  • Child rearing methods in family members with chronic terminal illnesses

Who is a conscious mother to us?

  • A conscious mother is one who gives her love to her child decisively, unfiltered, and unconditionally.

  • A conscious mother is one who does not spend her loneliness with her child.

  • A conscious mother is one who does not use her child as an anti-depressing drug. 

  • A conscious mother is not one who loves her child according to his/her abilities or punishes him/her for mistakes, but rather one who loves and believes in her child. 

  • An informed mother is one who gets the right information from experts, not from what she hears.

  • A conscious mother is one who can communicate with her child by focusing on emotion and not on the theory of reward and punishment. 

  • A conscious mother is one who does not use negative words such as “always”, “never”, “more” but instead sees and encourages her efforts, steps, and endeavors. 

  • Being a conscious mother is not about playing with your child all day but about spending a certain amount of quality time with them.

In short, you don't need to be a university graduate to be a conscious mother, you just need to know that the right information comes from the expert, strong love comes from your heart, and the hopeful future comes from your stable and consistent behavior.

Okul Sağlığı
  1. Seminars and group workshops for our students

Educational activities to address current and/or chronic problems experienced by our students. It is organized with guidance counselors, class teachers and school administrators. Prepared training topics are conveyed as role-playing at a level that each age group can perceive, not exceeding 40 minutes.