How can the community, the educators, youth organizations, and the world of volunteering and civil society act in support of a condition of disability or difficulty generating isolation, loneliness and social exclusion? This project aims to answer this question through the methodology of Social Therapy.

Project focuses to provide youth workers/teachers with the methodological tools to understand the value of SOCIAL THERAPY, as a redefinition of the therapeutic process with a relational approach, enabling people to help each other and reinforcing empathy and a shared
collaboration. The Social Therapy activities are based on the methodologies of the Social Therapy Person-Centred Planning (PCP), the Social Facilitation with Animal Mediation and Peer Tutoring.

Main objective of the project is to provide youth workers with tools and methodologies useful to work as a Social Tutor, able to promote the autonomy of young people with difficulty, inform them, guide them and support them through tutoring and accompanying activities.

Participants are provided with the methodological tools to understand the value of SOCIAL THERAPY, as a redefinition of the therapeutic process with a relational approach, enabling people to help each other and reinforcing empathy and a shared collaboration.

More information about the project you can find on the following link:

https://dorea.org/dorea-erasmus-projects/social-theraphy/