Handling and letting go of stress

Author: Carmine Rodi Falanga

In today’s fast-paced work environment, there’s a relentless drive to increase productivity, meet tight deadlines, and achieve work and life goals.


The wisdom of emotions

Emotions. Messy, ravishing, and rich. From heartbreak to the heights of ecstasy, what are emotions really and what purpose do they serve?


Photography to explore ourselves and the world

Photography is a wonderful way to both explore the world and oneself, what it means to be human on planet Earth.


Exploring self-discovery and empathy through LARP

Author:  Mafalda Morganti

In the journey of human existence, there are two profound aspects that intertwine to shape our experiences: self-discovery and interpersonal relationships.


Comedy to connect to one’s self and to others

Author: Carmine Rodi Falanga

We’ve all heard the saying, “Laughter is the best medicine.” While it might be a cliché, there’s a good deal of truth to it.


Asking empowering questions

Author: Mark E. Taylor

When working with young people it was NOT our role to be “Know-alls” (or “Besserwisser”), rather to be “Better questioners” (or “Besserfragensteller”) in our attempts to support them in their learning and development


Rituals and Rites of Passage

Once upon a time rites of passage were a very important component of culture, an aspect that was present in pretty much all human communities across the globe.


Connecting Ecology and Psychology

Did it ever happen to you to simply have a walk in the woods or a countryside trail, and all of a sudden had a surge of wellbeing crossing your body and mind, and many of the challenges and issues you were facing at the time did not seem that great and impactful?


Debriefing and Reflection

Author: MarCus Vrecer

In the context of youth work and education, the terms “debriefing,” “reflection,” “assessment,” and “evaluation” are often used to describe processes that help individuals and groups learn from experiences, and draw consequences, for example, to improve future performance and behaviour.


The Power of Communities

Often when I came across young people participating in training courses and other educational activities I have often asked a simple question “do you belong to a community?”