For over 20 years, we have designed educational
programs about well-being promotion, healthy lifestyles and prevention of
high-risk behaviors for healthcare workers, educators, social workers,
psychologies and physicians, and well as for anyone involved in educating or looking
after others as teachers, parents, or caregivers.
All of our educational programs are developed
together with our clients and tailored to their targets and project goals. In
conducting our training sessions, we use active learning methods based on
working in small groups, direct involvement of all participants, and leveraging
their prior experience and skills.
We dedicate the utmost attention to working
together with the client to determine each educational program’s goals and
acquiring the tools and knowledge that can be put to concrete use in program
attendees’ everyday life at the workplace and elsewhere. Upon completion, each
program’s outcomes are assessed using methods appropriate to its goals.
Thanks to a longstanding network of professional
associates, we can offer a full training service which in addition to teaching
includes analyzing needs, developing course content, preparing print and
audiovisual teaching materials, and handling all organizational and logistic
- Relational aspects: parenting, team building, caregiving …
- Preventing high-risk behaviors among adolescents: alcohol and substance abuse, media, bullying, social withdrawal, sexuality, life skills…
- Promoting active ageing
- Promoting active organizations
- Effective communication: conflict management, emotional training …
- Teaching methods and tools (peer education, media education…)
- Participatory methods (world cafè, nominal group, process…)
Born in 2010, the European Master is promoted by the University of Turin, the Miguel Hernandez de Elche University (Alicante, Spain), the University of Aarhus (Denmark) and the Middlesex University (London, Great Britain). The master addresses the issues of the use of legal and illegal psychoactive substances, addiction to substances and new forms of addiction in a multidisciplinary and international perspective, through the critical examination of scientific evidence and their relevance in different political, social economic, and cultural contexts. It is addressed to all graduates (three-year and master’s degree), in particular to researchers and operators of public and private bodies working in the field of prevention and treatment of addictions and to those who are engaged in the definition of prevention and organization policies for services.
Franca Beccaria is one of the creators and founders and vice director of the Masters. The management of the Master is entrusted to Eclectica through an agreement with the Department of Culture, politics and society of the University of Turin.
The project, whose title means “Beyond the Threshold” is funded by the CRT Foundation and promoted by the Territorial School Office of Turin, by the Child Neuropsychiatry departments of the Regina Margherita Hospital and of the Local Health Unit of the City of Turin, by the School Network in Hospital and by the Metropolitan City of Turin.
The goal is to experiment collaborative practices between school, family and services to intercept early cases at risk of social withdrawal and to intervene in problematic situations.
Eclectica provides methodological supervision, is responsible for collecting teachers’ training needs (through an online questionnaire), conducts meetings for parents, and coordinates peer education interventions.
2018 CCM Project “Rete senza fili” is aimed at preventing internet addiction disorder through educational and pedagogical activities to strenghten adolescents’ social skills. Involved regions are Piedmont, Tuscany, Marche, Veneto and Sicily. The main aim is to promote workshops, in order to experiment and standardize some already used methodological approaches. Eclectica is in charge of the planning and of the implementation of five training courses and is producing the contents and the graphic design of the educational kit “Rete senza fili” for primary and secondary school. Moreover, Eclectica is involved in monitoring the process, in evaluating the activities and in organizing the final seminar. ASL CN2
Positive parenting programme designed to promote parental wellbeing and to create a support network around families with children aged 0-6 years in need of financial assistance. Eclectica is carrying out the meeting about parents-children relationship. Promoted by: Local Health Unit, Department of Prevention – S.S.D. Epidemiology and Health Education, Ufficio Pio – Compagnia di San Paolo; UPM (Ufficio Pastorale Migranti).
Pre-adolescents wellbeing promotion – Third Edition
National program aimed at promoting psycho-emotional wellbeing of pre-adolescents. The activities are targeted to seventh grade students, teachers and parents.
Eclectica has been provided methodological support to national and regional group activities and organises training courses for health professionals and teachers. Moreover, Eclectica is in charge of evaluating, supervising and monitoring the entire process. http://www.diariodellasalute.it/