A psychosocial model for working with Refugees and People traumatized by violence and harassment
El MIT, Museo Internacional dels Titelles de Catalunya, el festival If Barcelona i la revista Putxinel·li-Titeresante jointly organize this senior year Lebanese master Karim Dakroub at the headquarters of MYTH.
The course offers specialized training with a psychosocial model based on puppets for a teachers, monitors, social workers, psychologists, art therapists, artists or puppeteers interested in working in refugee camps or in immigrant populations with problems or trauma related to violence and harassment.
The course is aimed at for teachers, monitors, social workers, psychologists, art therapists, artists or puppeteers, who need new skills to work in the psychosocial context.
It will be taught in French and English. With Spanish translation.
From Monday 14 to Friday 18 November 2022.
Hours: from 4pm to 9pm.
5 days / 5 hours per day for 15 participants.
25 hours of training recognized by the Department of Education of the Government of Catalonia. All certificates are sent through the Department of Education whether you have worked as a teacher or not.
Museo Internacional dels Titelles de Catalunya
c/ Can Mas, 1-3
08184 Palau-Solità and Plegamans
The cost of the course is 180 euros.
Registration before October 1, 2022: 150 euros
15% discount for members of Unima and CIATRE
Each participant will be aware of the psychological power of puppets in children and adults through a personal experience and a theoretical basis.
Each participant he will make his own marionette using different materials and will be able to run a puppet making workshop as a projection tool. This puppet will be a good psychological support even after the workshop is over. You can provide symbolic and metaphorical support as one "object of transition". (Prior psychological knowledge and experience of the participants is important to improve this skill)
Each participant will develop a short story and participate in the creation of small scenes with marionettes, using indirect means to express everyday frustrations, anxieties and concerns. I you will be able to apply them in others.
The workshop will offer all participants a safe space for free expression and the exchange of information.