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A B C D F G L M N P R S T V Z

Albertoli Giancarla

giancarla.albertoli@tin.it 045 8009841

Aleotti Renata

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Amaddeo Francesco

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Barbui Corrado

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Berti Loretta

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Burti Lorenzo

lorenzo.burti@univr.it 045 8127441 - 42

Carpineta Sandro

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Cazzoletti Lucia

lucia.cazzoletti@univr.it 045 8027656

Chiesa Silvia

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Dal Prà Ilaria Pierpaola

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De Stefani Renzo

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Ferdeghini Marco

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Fornari Valentina

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Fumagalli Guido Francesco

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Girelli Massimo

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Gotte Giovanni

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Latterini Enrica

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Laudanna Carlo

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Micciolo Rocco

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Moser Claudio

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Nocera Antonio

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Pertile Riccardo

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Poli Albino

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Raffaeta' Roberta

Ruggeri Mirella

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Tagliaro Franco

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Tam Enrico

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Tamburin Stefano

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Trabetti Elisabetta

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Virga Mariano

Zancanaro Carlo

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Zoccante Leonardo

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Study Plan

The Study Plan includes all modules, teaching and learning activities that each student will need to undertake during their time at the University. Please select your Study Plan based on your enrolment year.

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TAF (Type of Educational Activity) All courses and activities are classified into different types of educational activities, indicated by a letter.




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Teaching code

4S000212

Credits

9

The teaching is organized as follows:

Tecniche di derivazione espressiva e artistica in riabilitazione

Credits

2

Period

TERP ROV 2^ ANNO - 1^ SEMESTRE

Academic staff

Valentina Fornari

Metodologie e tecniche riabilitative

Credits

2

Period

TERP ROV 2^ ANNO - 1^ SEMESTRE

Academic staff

Mara Andreoli

Principi generali di psicoterapia

Credits

2

Period

TERP ROV 2^ ANNO - 1^ SEMESTRE

Academic staff

Lorenzo Burti

Psicofarmacologia

Credits

2

Period

TERP ROV 2^ ANNO - 1^ SEMESTRE

Academic staff

Corrado Barbui

Farmacologia generale

Credits

1

Period

CLID LEZ 2A 1S

Academic staff

Guido Francesco Fumagalli

Learning outcomes

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MM: PSICOFARMACOLOGIA
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The main aims of this module is to train students to: recongise the main psychopathological dimensions that can be treated with pharmacological interventions; understand the role and limitations of antipsychotics, antidepressants, mood stabilisers and benzodiazepines in the treatment f mental disorders.
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MM: FARMACOLOGIA GENERALE
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MM: PRINCIPI GENERALI DI PSICOTERAPIA
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To promote an overall knowledge of the general principles of Psychotherapy in the context of Community Psychiatry, of the development and history of dynamic psychology, of psychotherapy techniques that can be used in the daily practice with the typical patient of the Rehabilitation Technician
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MM: METODOLOGIE E TECNICHE RIABILITATIVE
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The main goal of the course is to develop/analyse the basics of the psychiatric rehabilitation starting from the first theoretical models, defining the methods and techniques applicable during the treatment defined for the daily operability.
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MM: TECNICHE DI DERIVAZIONE ESPRESSIVA E ARTISTICA IN RIABILITAZIONE
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The teaching model, student-centered, proposes a path of knowledge of training in music therapy specifically, and more generally in the expressive techniques and has as main objective to promote in those who want to put their own personal artistic and musical qualities at the service of a relationship of help, both the right technical skills that an appropriate awareness of their therapeutic role. Aims: - Promote the development of skills in expressive and rehabilitative field through the use of artistic tool; - Providing tools for the group management, the prevention of hardship, to promote health, improve the quality of life; - A greater awareness of their own interpretative processes (knowledge that is fundamental in the recognition and management of different interpersonal dynamics that are activated in the therapeutic relationship and allowing a more appropriate artistic expression modulation, musical as part of this report).

Program

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MM: PSICOFARMACOLOGIA
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1-Organisation of mental health services and role of pharmacological treatments 2-Main psychopathological dimensions target of pharmacological treatments: - Anxiety disorders - Affective disorders - Psychotic disorders 3-Psychopharmacological treatments: - Antidepressants: (a) mechanism of action; (b) efficacy; (c) side-effects and tolerability issues - Antipsychotics: (a) mechanism of action; (b) efficacy; (c) side-effects and tolerability issues - Benzodiazepines: (a) mechanism of action; (b) efficacy; (c) side-effects and tolerability issues - Mood stabilisers: (a) mechanism of action; (b) efficacy; (c) side-effects and tolerability issues
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MM: FARMACOLOGIA GENERALE
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MM: PRINCIPI GENERALI DI PSICOTERAPIA
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Definition of psychotherapy as a form of help and care through interpersonal relationship, does a non-professional psychotherapy exist? Professional psychotherapy in the strict sense and in a broad sense; importance of the relationship and how to establish it properly. The prehistory of psychotherapy and the emergence of dynamic Psychology: Jean-Martin Charcot and the psychogenic theory of hysteria, Sigmund Freud and psychoanalysis, Analytical Psychology, Carl Jung and Alfred Adler's individual psychology and Pierre Janet's psychological analysis. The phenomenological-existential psychotherapy; the philosophical context of reference: Edmund Husserl, Martin Heidegger, Jean-Paul Sartre; authors: Ludwig Binswanger, Eugène Minkowski, Ronald Laing, David Cooper, Loren Mosher. Cognitive-behavioral psychotherapies: Albert Ellis, Aaron Beck. Humanistic psychotherapies: Carl Rogers and Rollo May; Erich Fromm; influences on psychiatry of the relational-therapy self-help movement and the transition from a linear to a circular causality model in the Palo Alto school: theory of the double bind, paradoxes and controparadoxes. The "systemic" School of Milan: theorizing, circularity, positive connotation and restructuring at the end of session. The linguistic meta-model in psychotherapy; the uncommon hypnotic approach of Milton Erickson
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MM: METODOLOGIE E TECNICHE RIABILITATIVE
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The course aims to analyse the methods and techniques required to define/manage the rehabilitative intervention starting from the functional evaluation and defining the interventions necessary to treat a person with psychic diseases. PROGRAM DETAILS: 1. Treatments in the Pre and post asylum/madhouse/mental hospital era in Europe; 2. Assessment clinic; 3. Structured and non structured evaluation; 4. Observation and interview; 5. Active techniques from the book “Tornare alla vita e alla normalita’”; 6. In-house visit; 7. The concept of “the group” as part of the rehabilitative technique; 8. Support for the patient’s family; 9. Empowerment and recovery.
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MM: TECNICHE DI DERIVAZIONE ESPRESSIVA E ARTISTICA IN RIABILITAZIONE
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The training course, experiential, theoretical and methodological proposes an integrated module to work alongside the skills of the students, tools and their knowledge of the expressive arts useful in the field of rehabilitation, prevention of hardship as well as the management of emotional conflicts and the development of well-being. The Arts-Expressive Therapies-mainly directed to the plastic (painting arts, sculpture, ceramics, etc.), The music, the singing have found a particularly fruitful area in the treatment and rehabilitation of physical disability situations, psychic and disadvantage. The course includes a specific reference to music therapy discipline in psychiatry and the 'theoretical orientation is humanistic-existential. We will be addressed specifically in the following topics: - Description of the different therapies arts (music therapy, dance-movement therapy, drama therapy, art therapy); - Guidance lines in the world of art-therapy, especially in Italy: definition, theoretical basis, artistic means used, training and testing; - Functions and structural characteristics of the creative process and the therapeutic process; - Art-therapy and psychiatry; - Role of the music therapist in psychiatry; - Observation, listening, tuning, the agreement and empathy in music therapy, music therapy instruments; - The music-therapy practice: the presentation of the methods used (improvisation, sound-musical dialogue, listening, individual sessions, group sessions, interactive music therapy and active-passive-receptive); - The arts-therapies actual panorama; - Models and methods in art-therapy.

Bibliography

Reference texts
Author Title Publishing house Year ISBN Notes
Enri F. Ellenberger La scoperta dell'inconscio. Storia della psichiatria dinamica (Edizione 1) Boringhieri 1980
Barbui C, Cipriani A, Saxena S. Pharmacological treatment of mental disorders in primary health care WHO Press 2009
Siani R., Siciliani O., Burti L. Strategie di Psicoterapia e Riabilitazione. Feltrinelli, Milano 1990
Robert Paul Liberman Il recovery della disabilità Giovanni Fioriti Editore 2012
Saraceno B. La fine dell'intrattenimento. Manuale di riabilitazione psichiatrica ETAS, Milano 2000
Paola Carozza La psichiatria di comunità FrancoAngeli 2010
Venditelli L'intervento cognitivo-comportamentale di gruppo nel servizio psichiatrico di diagnosi e cura Centro scientifico editore 2008
Ronald D. Laing L'io diviso Biblioteca Einaudi 2001
Mike Slade Personal recovery Il pensiero scientifico editore 2011
Paola Carozza Principi di riabilitazione psichiatrica FrancoAngeli 2006
L.R. Mosher L. Burti Psichiatria territoriale Centro scientifico editore 2002
Antonio Maone e Barbara D'Avanzo Recovery. Nuovi paradigmi per la salute mentale Raffaello Cortina Editore 2015
Douglas Turkington et al. Tornare alla vita e alla normalità edi-ermes 2012
Tatarelli Manuale di psichiatria e salute mentale per le lauree sanitarie Piccin 2009 9788829919628

Examination Methods

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MM: PSICOFARMACOLOGIA
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Oral test
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MM: FARMACOLOGIA GENERALE
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MM: PRINCIPI GENERALI DI PSICOTERAPIA
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Written examination
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MM: METODOLOGIE E TECNICHE RIABILITATIVE
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Written exam.
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MM: TECNICHE DI DERIVAZIONE ESPRESSIVA E ARTISTICA IN RIABILITAZIONE
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writing test (multiple-answer questions) and oral exam

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