Tutti fuori! Riflessioni per una outdoor education ericksoniana

Journal title IPNOSI
Author/s Michele Vanzini, Renzo Balugani
Publishing Year 2016 Issue 2016/2 Language Italian
Pages 19 P. 5-23 File size 269 KB
DOI 10.3280/IPN2016-002001
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This article introduces the outdoor as a viable dimension in which inscribe educative and psychotherapeutic activities. The main principles of this kind of activity are discussed, and links between the chances and the challenges offered by the environmental domain and the principle teached by Milton Erickson are offered. A section is dedicated to the description of three real cases, in order to give the reader inspiration and example on how an outdoor activity can be thought about, designed and implemented, in which natural elements play the role of key-resource for the change.

Keywords: Outdoor, nature, Erickson, naturalism, psychotherapy

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Michele Vanzini, Renzo Balugani, Tutti fuori! Riflessioni per una outdoor education ericksoniana in "IPNOSI" 2/2016, pp 5-23, DOI: 10.3280/IPN2016-002001