Evolution of NG Training

NG Training philosophy, strategies and techniques have evolved over 30 plus years, based on Holistic empowerment training provided to different populations like women, children, parents, students, educators, inmates of destitute homes & correction facilities, cancer care providers, medical and para medical staff and workers, staff and management of industries. NG training processes continue to evolve in tune with societal requirements.

Foundation of NG Training

NG Training integrates and synthesizes:
Transactional Analysis philosophy and principles, theories, concepts & techniques
East West Synthesis practiced by Guru Nitya Chaitanya Yati,
Neuro-Science, Participatory Action Research and Taichi

Essentials of NG Training:

NG Training is:
Holistic: founded on Self-Other-Context balance
For participants, with participants
Learning and outcome focused

Definition & Description of NG Training

NG Training is a blend of contractual and holistic processes and interventions, intended to create learning environments. Trainees/participants are empowered to begin a journey of self-discovery, culminating in their self-other-environment enhancement and balance.

Knowledge transmission and creation, trainer/facilitator growth and empowerment are by-products of NG Training.

Ongoing supervision based on the developmental requirements of the trainees is an essential and integral aspect of NG Training.

NG Training Structures & Processes

Nitya Gurukula training develops
Holistic People-Work competencies.

NG offers training in:
Transactional Analysis

NG Lead Trainer Sashi Chandran, with 3 decades plus
Experience, exposure and knowledge in Holistic People-Work,
Designs and structures training based on the requirements of the
individuals or institutions seeking training.

NG Training Reference:

Berne, E., (1961) Transactional Analysis in psychotherapy. New York: Grove Press,
Berne, E., Games people play. New York: Grove Press. 1964
Berne, E. (1966) Principles of Group Treatment.New York Grave Press.
Reason, P., & Bradbury, H. (2008). 'Sage Handbook of Action Research: Participative inquiry and practice'
(2nd ed.). London : Sage Publications.

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