Efrat Nenner

Masters’ degree in Education and Organizational Psychology. Forty-five years of working in the public system in managing and supervising. As part of her roles, led and guided groups of directors, teaching and training teams. Was partner in writing educational programs at the district and national levels.
As of 2009, she is an organizational counselor and personal and business trainer to companies and businesses. Accompanies directors and general managers in change processes. Lectures and gives procedural workshops. The work method is eclectic and based on psychological, social and training methods with personal adaptation according to customer’s needs and is characterized with professionalism, listening, understanding, support and reaching change until achieving the goal.

Circle of experience

The game that will assist you in easily creating and changing thought patterns.

You can be therapists or coachers, managers or simply people who want to improve your quality of life, this is the game for you.
The circle of experience enables you to look into the world of thoughts, feelings and beliefs that manage you. It points on the places where you are stuck and evoke new thought in order to motivate to the requested change.
The game rules are simple and easy for implementation and it can be played alone, as a couple or in a group
It is excellent as a complimentary accessory to group work in organizations and work teams, as well as in the clinic or training room, when you want to break the existing conduct and create new perspective.
The Circle of Experience can be used for all ages (6-96) and it enables taking the first step towards change in an effective, fun and pleasant manner.

The “circle of experience” is not just a game, it is life itself, a life composed of thoughts, emotions and behaviors.

A two-and-a-half-hour workshop that exposes the Gordian knot between emotion, thought and behavior and embodies a way to create a life.

Who is the puzzle for? Test yourself according to the following questions: Is it important to you?