Potential participants: Professionals, students and volunteers from the fields of mental health and psycho-socio-education
Languages: In plenary sessions English and Spanish. In the workshops: see details at each workshop. If there is another language avaiable it will show up with its title in the time table (E=English, S=Spanish, I=Italian, P=Portuguese, F=French, B=Bulgarian, R=Russian)
Application/Registration: 1. step: by e–mail at: email@example.com for community services like plenary sessions, Social Dreaming Matrix, Large Group and Post Conference. The zoom link for the Plenary sessions, Large Group and Social Dreaming Matrix on the Great Arche is
All on board 2. step: then you register for the workshops you like using the individual email of the conductor (look at abstracts page). After doing so you will receive from her / him another confirmation and the zoom link for the individual workshop one day before the conference.
No fee for community sessions and workshops. The different workshops vary according to the maximum number of participants and the individual zoom account . The frame work will be set up by the conductors of the different workshops (see workshop description). The workshops cannot be recorded.
Large Group: a team of 4 conductors who will rotate - Marcia Karp/GB, Eva Fahlstroem/Sweden, and Jorge Burmeister Petullá/Spain and Swtzerland, Mario Buchbinder/Argentina and a Art Project Large Group run by Wilma Scategni/Italy, Irene Henche/Spain, Marcia Honig/Isreal, Magdalene Jeyarathnam/India and Valeria Bianchi Mian/Italy.
Social Dreaming Matrix: coordinators Maurizio Gasseau/Italy and Wilma Scategni/Italymailto:firstname.lastname@example.org
Arts Group Project: Wilma Scategni, Marcia Honig, Magdalene Jeyarathnam, Irene Henche and Valeria Bianchi Mian are recollecting all kind of art objects, like images, poetry, photographs and symbols including dreams which are related with the past and present of the ARCA . Out of this material they are preparing a video to be shown at the opening of the ARCA. They will ask those workshop leaders and their groups who are inclined to cooperate to produce an expressive symbol of their work during their encounter (again images, poetry, photografs and symbols including dreams). These objects will be a part of the intervention of this subgroup during the closure on the last day of our meeting. Please feel free to send in your contribution already to the colleagues in charge of this project using the following email of Wilma:. email@example.com. If you do so it is understood that you consent a possible future publication in the context of the video. Thank you!