Organisational Psychotherapy – Be a Part of the Next Big Thing in Business!
Organisational psychotherapy is an exciting and fast-growing field that offers a unique approach to helping organisations remove the cultural blockers that create toxicity and limit their performance. It is an opportunity to be part of the next big thing in business and to help organisations become much more fulfilling places to work.
Organisational psychotherapy uses a talk therapy approach to explore the culture of an organisation and the social dynamics that exist within it. This approach helps uncover the unconscious assumptions, beliefs and attitudes that hinder growth and productivity. It then supports organisations in challenging and transforming these cultural barriers, which can have a profound impact on the organisation’s performance and the experiences of the folks working there.
As a trained organisational psychotherapist, you will have the skills and knowledge to help organisations understand their psychological Needsscape, and to identify and remove any cultural blockers that are holding them back.You will work with senior management, teams and departments within the organisation, to help them understand the impact their assumptions and beliefs are having on the wider organisation and to encourage more fulfilling ways of working.
In addition to helping organisations perform better, being an organisational psychotherapist also offers a fulfilling and meaningful career.You will have the opportunity to make a real difference in people’s lives and to help workplace communities grow and succeed.
So, if you’re passionate about people and have a desire to help organisations realise the benefits of a more humane approach, join the ranks of organisational psychotherapists today. Get in on the ground floor of this exciting and dynamic field, and help organisations overcome the cultural barriers that are limiting their performance.
I’ll be delighted to provide practical pro bono help and support to anyone wishing to pursue this exciting new career path, or to add to their existing set of skills.