1 hour




Embracing new and healthy habits is often not an easy process. On the contrary, it takes a lot of determination, persistence and motivation, which is why we often give up during the process of adopting a new habit and go back to the usual behaviour. The goal of the webinar is to get the participants acquainted with the psychological mechanisms of habit formation, and also to the ways and tools that can help them to form and maintain behaviours and actions that are likely to improve their personal feeling of satisfaction, efficiency and success.

 Training topics:

  • Habit anatomy – what are habits actually and how are they formed
  • How to establish a system that allows us to make a 1% progress every day
  • Two levels of change in behaviour: outcome and identity
  • Role of the environment in creating good habits
  • Implementation of modern tools and ideas in everyday life circumstances


One 1 hours VILT session


60 EUR, excl. VAT


Jelena Djurdjevic

Jelena is a psychologist and psychotherapist by profession under the supervision of the European Association of Systemic Family Therapists. She is an accredited member of the Association of Psychotherapists of Serbia and a facilitator of the Belgrade Analytical Society, where she works in psychotherapy with individuals, couples and families. Her work places special emphasis on the phenomenon of resilience and on working with people who have survived certain traumatic experiences.

During the psychotherapeutic process, she combines systemic and psychoanalytic modality with clients, depending on the client’s needs.

She is a permanent consultant to the Tack TMI team and actively works with fellow psychologists to create and specifically tailor programs in the areas of stress management, emotional agility, assertive communication, and related areas of the personal growth and development spectrum.