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2 July 2019 at 13:03

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Melinda Meyer (Norway) – Maurizio Gasseau (Italy)

Simposium – English – Norwegian

Empowerment and Resilience: EXIT: Spontaneity training with traumatised communities

Expressive Arts in Transition (EXIT) is a quantitative and qualitative research project with 208 unaccompanied minor refugee boys aged 15 to 18.
EXIT is developed for stabilizing people who live under extreme stress and/or have survived human or nature induced trauma. EXIT focuses on training spontaneity, enhancing movement, imagination, engagement, connection, here and now, safety and responsibility. EXIT groups have been implemented in Norway, Germany, Africa, Mexico and South America. EXIT is part of the Certificate Program in Global Health, Peace building and Conflict Transformation at the European Graduate School, campus Malta.
The results of the research and implementation will be shared.


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IAGP International Psychodrama Conference 2019

4/9/2019 - 8/9/2019, Iseo (BS) - Italy

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