To meet the psychological needs and organizational needs of the people, we have developed 3 types of groups.
Are suitable for people who experience anxiety in social situations or in the context of business or the individuals who face a painful moment or a relationship crisis.
The groups are formed by a minimum of 4 people to a maximum of 8 people.
The group rules are simple and can be shared: it is important to be kind to others, respectful, reserved, available, and curious.
“I wanted to thank you for including me in this project. In the weekend just passed, so boring, I thought that a meeting such as the one Tuesday would have been the turning point of exit from the boredom of this confinement.Then they are happy and look on Thursday, as if it were a mega party! Thank you!”“For a week I only thought to find an excuse to not participate...but I really understand that I need these experiences to change, and that is an appointment that I need to get better”
“The first feeling is that I don't feel alone, I have seen other people who suffer, but I have never felt judged”“The group's Tuesday is my appointment with myself! Sometimes I feel the same feeling of how much you exercise, I feel tired, but happy”“The exercise body made me embarrass a lot, I thought I would disappear. Then I saw that others were experiencing similar feelings. Come to the group is an opportunity to put to the test, as to see if the therapy works...”
The day is then punctuated by moments of opening the emotional and mindfulness,
associated with adventure in nature.
and enter into a perspective of awareness and openness.
Throughout the year we organize meetings of the psychological group online (via the platform ZOOM).
Our groups, based on principles of the ACT (Acceptance Commitment Therapy), have the goal of developing a model of psychological intervention group, high accessibility, zero environmental impact, with a low cost and a probability of compliance.
Our groups are particularly suitable for young people and adults with symptoms of anxiety, but not only.
The meetings are anonymous (the person enters the group with an invented name) and last for one hour:
alternate moments of the group at times in groups of 3 or 4 people, in which you perform specific exercises.
Responsible: Dr. ssa Francesca Cavallini
Which ones to choose?
After the groups?
In order to maximize the effectiveness of the paths, we propose groups of autonomy (3/4 participants who have already made a path group). It is to the locations where the psychologist is preparing a series of psychological exercises that the small group is engaged in autonomy. The goal is to promoting awareness on their dynamic behavior and psychological in the context of the group. The paths to autonomy are developed for both on-line and in vivo.
At the end of the paths of the group, we propose to participants, either alone or in a small group, to do something for the community Tice (eg: blog, write something, the video for adolescents, to create a community).
We call this phase action committed: the goal is to assist and support participants to see their own psychological growth and staff as a tool for activation, and support for other people in the community.
If you want to participate in the groups, please write to: