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Theme Centered Interaction

Theme Centered Interaction

Theme Centered Interaction (TCI) is a model that starts from a portrayal of mankind in which respect for all that lives and grows forms the central point. An important insight is that we as humans are autonomous and simultaneously interdependent. The more we are aware of this the more we can take responsibility for our selves and others.

Central objective is: developing a form of self-control (the founder of TCI, Ruth Cohn called this: Be your own chairperson), in full awareness of your connection with others and with the world around you.

TCI was developed in the 60’s and 70’s of the previous century. Today it is used to develop positive communication and interaction in groups and teams.

We use TCI as a model to make you aware of and to increase your personal autonomy.

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