Do you have trouble accepting corrections? Are you easily frustrated? Do you find it difficult to interact with people your age?
Would you like to improve and don’t know how to do it? Do I notice attitudes related to low self-esteem?

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    Improvement of social skills
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    Emotional bond with the to-be-born baby
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    For couples
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    For young people
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    How to manage divorce with children
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    According to the DSM-IV, learning difficulties are diagnosed when the individual’s performance in reading, calculation or written expression is substantially lower than expected by age, schooling and level of intelligence. These difficulties significantly interfere with the academic performance or activities of daily life that these competencies require. The DSM-V manual is currently published, so both manuals will be mentioned.

    • Conflict resolution.
    • Expression of emotions.
    • Accept compliments.
    • Accept / make constructive criticism.
    • Know how to say No.
    • Make requests.
    • Difficulty in mathematical mechanisms and in operations and activities of arithmetic comprehension.
    • Among other…


    it is important to know the keys in the development of the pregnancy and some abilities that favour the harmony in the couple and with the baby that is going to arrive.

    We offer this workshop that consists of 4 sessions. One each trimester during pregnancy, and the last one in the baby’s first months.


    This 4-session bonus is aimed at couples who are going to start their life together, developing skills and strategies that will facilitate living together;

    Topics to be covered:

    • Life as a couple. The influence of the environment.
    • Love and different types of communication.
    • Some themes that we cannot forget and that help us to be happier.
    • The political family.
    • Money management.
    • Resolving conflicts.
    • Domestic organization.
    • Expression of emotions. Marketing in the couple.
    • Keys to happy communication: “how to prepare for married life”


    Young people experience a period of constant physical and psychological changes in which they have to decide in each course what their professional future will be. This stage is one of the most complicated that we overcome throughout our lives, and it is often necessary to have the support and advice of professionals.

    In IVAPEC we have designed coaching sessions for young people, which are developed in small groups where boys and girls can grow emotionally and face more resources to the world around them.

    Some of the topics we will deal with are:

    • How does my self-concept develop?
    • Acquisition of habits.
    • Are my goals and objectives realistic?
    • Being proactive.
    • What am I capable of?


    It consists of a 4-session bonus in which parents can learn techniques for communicating divorce to children and skills for managing emotions and conflicts in the divorce process.

    Some of the topics that are developed are:

    • How to tell the children.
    • What the children feel and how to help them after the separation.
    • How children learn behaviour.
    • Acting in the face of temper tantrums and anger.
    • How to develop a parenting plan.
    • How to handle the emotions of the moment.
    • Be a good example of how to deal with separation.
    • How to facilitate the adaptation process.
    • Use of books and stories to help overcome the separation process.
    • How to deal effectively with new family combinations.


    Some of the contents:

    • Characteristics of the personality.
    • Crisis and the search for identity.
    • Behaviour management guidelines.
    • Basic rules for dealing with adolescents.
    • Special Situations

    (This activity is integrated in the Despega programme)