Features of a Training Program Organised in 15 Meetings; Frontal/Face to Face Lessons, Art-Therapeutic Techniques, Microanalysis of Negotiation Sequences, Emotional and Metacognitive Awareness, Overcoming of Egocentrism, and Renarration of Experience

To assemble and make operational information and abilities described up to now in a brief period, verifying the real mastery acquired by the participants, appears a complex assignment and impossible task if we only use a methodology based on academic lessons. In this sector, the contribution obtained from the application of techniques derived from the art therapies (Liebmann, 1986; Aquilar, 1996, 2000, 2002; Schaverien & Odell-Miller, 2005), a modality of use of sketch, painting, music, dance, narrative/fiction, poetry, and theatre for the determination (and modification) of the psychological apparatus of individuals, divided in groups which foresee a program for a limited time, appears particularly effective. This approach allows for faster learning, in a cooperative context, which is potentially amusing despite the seriousness of the faced problematic. The contents of the theoretical lessons have been partly outlined in the first part of the book. Some of the proposed techniques are analysed instead in detail to provide a good example.


Dance Therapy Romantic Love Metacognitive Awareness Group Seminar Musical Expression 
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