Children with stress

Stress is a well-known phenomena with numerous adults and has become, to a worrying degree, a part of childrens’ lives.

Children are different and must be accommodated differently.
The course focuses on some of the factors that can affect your child’s well-being and balance and thereby contribute to triggering stress reactions.

Which signs does the child show that may be signs of stress?

  • Lack of concentration
  • Many conflicts
  • Complaints about stomach-ache and headache
  • Eating disorders
  • Sleeping disorders
  • Bowel movement problems
  • Anxiety and obsessive-compulsive phenomena

Teaching children teamwork

Self-Eiteem is your child’s passport to lifetime mental health and social happiness
It’s the foundation of a child’s well-being and the key to success as an adult. At all ages, how you feel about yourself affects how you act. Think about a time when you were feeling really good about yourself. You probably found it much easier to get along with others and feel good about them.

Social Competency
Children who participate in teamwork building activities develop a greater sense of social competency because they learn to correctly interpret and respond to their peers’ needs, according to the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development. Not only are children learning to work as a team, they’re learning to actively listen and respond in a way that makes the group effort

Children who learn teamwork also learn to negotiate their own needs, as well as the concerns of other people in the group. If one child in the group refuses to be “it” even though it’s his turn, it’s up to the remaining players to negotiate and convince him to follow the rules. Children who learn teamwork by working on a group mural are also learning how to negotiate their own vision with the vision and preferences of the other group members.

Learning the above skills through teamwork instruction also helps children learn to reflect on their individual experience versus the experience of the group.
children working in a team should receive feedback from an adult about their effectiveness as a team. It’s also beneficial for the group members to reflect on what did and didn’t work well in the group.


Dyslexia is a type of learning disability. Before diagnosis, many children with dyslexia are poorly understood.
Since dyslexia has nothing to do with a person’s intelligence, parents of children with dyslexia are often perplexed when their child does poorly in school or struggles to read a simple book. Is the child lazy? Inattentive? Not as smart as he or she seems?

If your child has dyslexia, you have likely asked yourself these questions as you watched your child struggle to keep up with classmates.
You may have also observed your child’s frustration as his or her friends gain skills that are difficult for children with dyslexia to master.
The good news is that today we know more than ever before about the condition and about ways to help children with dyslexia. You can make sure your child gets the help that’s needed.

Traumatized refugees

Working with traumatized people is a major challenge that requires much knowledge and empathy.

Human Recovery for several years worked with refugee families in Egypt, but also refugee families with PTSD in Denmark. This means that Human Recovery has insight and knowledge about PTSD

We know that it is important that traumatized refugees and their families quickly offers help both to avoid secondary victimization and partly to avoid victimization becomes chronic.
many severe loads are a result of the traumatic events the family have been through, has serious consequences.

Working with traumatised people is a great challenge that requires extensive knowledge and empathy.

As a psychotherapist or socialworker can be attracted, or repulsed Therefore it is important that case workers have focus on knowledge about traumas as well as a sharpened focus on own values and attitudes.


Human Recovery offers courses in communication to professional, e.g.: social workers, doctors and social educators, but also to the private sector, e.g. sales consultants.
It requires training to be aware of the facets of communication in terms of the content and emotional character and understand and take responsibility for your own influences on others on the two levels.

To understand the meaning of the communication is an important condition in order for a difficult dialogue to become a good dialogue.

The individual participant becomes aware of his/her own conduct and form of communication and the importance of this to the communication process.

Receive constructive feedback in order to develop and feel strengthened in relation to your job.