Psychological explanation of the importance of life skills training programs, applications and challenges facing to it
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| Author(s) |
|Dr.Javad Khalatbari, Mohammad Mojtaba Keikhayfarzaneh, Dr. Shohreh Ghorbanshiroudi, Dr.Shahnam Abolghasemi, Saeedeh Motamed|
| KEYWORDS |
Customer Relationship Management (CRM), identifying the customer types, Customer consideration, Psychology
Today, despite the deep cultural changes and the changes in the way of life, many people have not the basic and required skills in dealing with life' problems, and that's why, they have been vulnerable in the face of their problems and requirements of life. Meanwhile, some programs has been designed for preventing and avoiding these problems, which one of the most effective kind of them is the life skills education program that has been designed by World Health Organization (WHO). In this study, it is tried to determine the importance of implementation and training of these skills through psychological orientation, and paid a brief overview on the applications and the challenges facing it.
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