KIT involves individual and/or group session in accordance with the client's requirements.
Why does KIT achieve long-lasting results?
KIT's success is based on two key factors:
- KIT is rooted in the cognitive behavioural approach. This approach has proven efficiency spanning the last few decades.
- KIT works "from the inside out"; in this way, clients are guided to take ownership of their lives. They learn to making lasting changes in their approach and behaviour during stressful situations.
What are the "tools" that KIT uses?
KIT uses valid tools from cognitive behavioural studies or tools recognised in the world of work. They are chosen in accordance with the client's needs and situation.
The KIT method is both creative and flexible; this is why the tools are modifiable and are developed in line with the client, in accordance with the cognitive behavioural method.
What happens in the initial session?
The purpose of this session is to define the terms of the programme and to ascertain a "work contract".
How long does the KIT programme take?
Individual sessions last between 60 and 90 minutes; Their frequency and duration are defined in accordance with the client.
- Depending on the programme, between 12 - 20 hours per module.
- Each session typically lasts between 60 and 90 minutes.
- Follow-up sessions are possible after 6, 12 and 18 months, or on request.