THE NON-FORMAL ROAD TO MENTAL HEALTH
“The Non-formal road to mental health!” je mednarodno usposabljanje organizirano s strani Romunske organizacije MINTE FORTE, ter finančno podprto s strani Evropske komisije. Zavod Anima Vita bo v okviru projekta nastopal kot partnerska organizacija.
Usposabljanja se bodo udeležili trije slovenski udeleženci, aktivni na področju psihoterapije, medicine in bio-psihologije, ki bodo poleg skrbi za prenos dobrih praks projektnega dela na področju skrbi za mentalno zdravje mladih, na seminarju hkrati zastopali ter predstavili delovanje organizacije Zavod Anima Vita, ter nekatere projekte, ki se na področju skrbi za mentalno zdravje odvijajo v Sloveniji.
Podrobnejši opis projekta se v angleškem jeziku nahaja spodaj.
The project "The Non-formal road to mental health!” is an international Training course, co-financed by the European Commission and taking place in Cluj-Napoca, Romania. Organizational project partners will be institutions from Ireland, Scotland, Italy, Poland, Slovenia and Romania as the hosting partner.
The Training course will take place between 3rd and 9th of November 2014.
The 7 days training course will be dedicated to mental-health professionals as well as youth workers and will aim at developing competencies in using non-formal education methods for the promotion of youth mental health. Participants will take part in innovative and participative activities, which will give them the opportunity of learning new methods of mental health promotion and sharing their experience and knowledge from working in the mental-health field with colleagues from different European countries.
Objectives of the project:
- To raise awareness on the importance of non-formal education and its principles.
- To introduce examples of non-formal education methods that can be used in mental health promotion.
- To develop competencies in designing and implementing activities which promote mental health, based on non-formal education methods.
- To exchange practices and experiences between mental health workers from different countries.