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Partner: Linea d'Acqua – Sector: Research – Country: Italia – Place: Turin – Year: 2019 – Project Status: Ongoing – Type: AMI
THE PROJECT IN SUMMARY
A publication dealing with the five-year experience of artistic workshop provided to the youths in the care of the Psychiatric Day Hospital of the Regina Margherita Hospital in Turin.
THE PROJECT IN DETAIL
To promote reflection on the experience of artistic workshop provided to minors in the care of the Psychiatric Therapeutic Day Hospital of the Child Neuropsychiatric Regina Margherita Hospital by detailing their changes and developments.
Operators in this sector.
A publication of the experience of the artistic workshops (from 2015 to 2019) undertaken in the Psychiatric Day Hospital of the Regina Margherita Hospital with the aim of stimulating reflection on the value of the therapeutic workshops themselves and the enrichment they have provided working in synergy with other activities in the context of multidisciplinary treatments.
The publication details the changes and developments that the multi-professional team undertook in the context of the diversified and flexible treatment provided in the Psychiatric Day Hospital of the Regina Margherita Hospital over the years in order to respond to the new developments and requests for assistance by the adolescents.
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