|SCIENTIFIC DISCIPLINARY SECTOR||L-ART/05|
|MODULES||This unit is a module of:|
The aim of the training is:
- provide the students with the basics in the field of theatrical and graphic mediation techniques for rehabilitation purposes;
- provide students with a general understanding of skills related to verbal and non-verbal communication;
- introduce issues related to art therapies and theatrical mediation tools in the helping relationship;
- make students acquire skills of listening and observation through artistic mediation;
- develop in students the ability to interact as observers and conductors in workshop settings.
EXPECTED LEARNING RESULTS:
At the end of the course, the student will be able to:
Know the origin and history of the Arts therapies, the main theoretical reference models and the fields of application;
Know the origin of the application of Psychodrama, Social Theatre, Integrated Theatre;
Know the different possible workshops of theatrical animation and the main expressive graphic techniques and their peculiar applications with psychiatric patients;
Recognize and distinguish the therapeutic and rehabilitation area from the socio-pedagogical area;
Recognize the formative differences necessary for the different areas; Distinguish application contexts and purposes in relation to the different types of intervention studied;
Practice observation and express opinions with respect to the works presented in class (video and paper documents);
Hypothesize correlations between the artistic process and the therapeutic process and between expressive potential and rehabilitation objectives;
Use specific terminology in a correct way;
Collect data by observation, material cataloging and application of observation grids.
The lessons are frontal, with interactive and participatory modalities so that the students can correlate experiences with theory. Personal storytelling, class confrontation and brain storming are used for this purpose.
The workshop setting will be proposed to the students with the method of “learning by doing”.
The program will be supported by watching videos, interviews and testimonies of patient actors.
PROGRAM / CONTENTS
Feedbacks by the students on personal experiences in the expressive field and on the experiences encountered in the internship.
The art therapies: origin, objectives, fields of application, operator's training.
Differences and points of contact between therapeutic interventions and rehabilitation through the mediation of expressive techniques.
Orientation on application, terminology and purposes of: Psychodrama, Theater Therapy, Social Theater.
Structure of the Workshop Setting: informal and formal reception, group work contract, margin phase and session closure.
Examining the techniques used: modeling, improvisation, dance-theatre elements, use of the mediating object
Focus on specific rehabilitation objectives through theatrical workshops with psychiatric patients: (memory, spatial and temporal orientation, gestural and motor coordination, communication, interaction and social sharing, personal care, etc.)
Identification of a patient observation grid in the specific field of the theatre whorkshop: it allows to identify particular strengths and put them in place in favor of rehabilitation objectives and to verify at a distance the path made by the patient.
Dramaturgy and representation; improvisation; dance and choreography; rhythmic-musical expression; scenography;
Stranità theatre group: an experience that leads from the expressive and autobiographical workshop to the staging of a play and the establishment of a stable company.
From art therapy to the graphic-pictorial whorkshop
Focus on specific rehabilitation objectives through graphic-pictorial workshops with psychiatric patients (extraverbal narration, relaxation, concentration, visuospatial coordination, praxic organization, implementation of the action, experimentation and acceptance of variables, etc.)
Identification of a patient observation grid in the specific area of the pictorial workshop: it allows to identify particular strengths and put them in place in favor of rehabilitation objectives and to verify at a distance the path made by the patient.
Experiences carried out at a rehabilitation day center.
Che cosa sono le arti-terapie; Roberto Caterina; Editore Carocci, 2005
Il teatro d'animazione nella riabilitazione; Giovanna Pini; Armando Curcio Editore, 2009
Il Teatro Sociale; Claudio Bernardi; Carocci Editore, 2004
ANNA SOLARO (President)
BARBARA FIOLETTI (President and Coordinator of Integrated Course)
All class schedules are posted on the EasyAcademy portal.
The exam takes place in oral form through an initial interview on the study methods used by the student and the possibility to clarify any doubts that may arise during the study. Tendentially a subject preferred by the student is requested and at least two other topics at the discretion of the teacher. Further questions can be asked if the student does not answer correctly to the first ones.
The evaluation first of all takes into account the consistency and correctness of the contents given in response.
The expected abilities to learn are verifiable in the following points:
. ability to orient themselves within the program carried out;
. make connections with other disciplines and with internship experiences;
. clarity in the exposition;
. consistency and correctness of the data in response.
The teacher reserves the right to conduct a written test in itinere with the aim of assessing the level of the class before evaluating the individual student during the examination.