Bulgarian Association for Development of Psychomotoricity, together with the Center for Child Development “Psychomotoricity for all children” organize another online lecture on the topic: “The end of the game or the game as a last chance. Possibilities of Psychomotricity for overcoming play deprivation in children “.
– Why she will play? She has to learn everything first, and then if she has time…. The end of the game at school….
– It is forbidden to play. Let’s fix it first, then…. End of game during hospital stay…
– We don’t play with them here, we have to watch them here… The end of the game in the homes for children deprived of parental care…
The end of the game in the places where institutionalism rules has disciplining and restrictive conditions is more and more visible and there comes more and more severe developmental consequences for children.
Why is it important to allow children to play and especially to play with them?
What does it mean to play “FOR” them?
What do neuroscience say about the developmental possibilities of play in all children and in all possible places – not only in specific spaces?
Why the biggest challenge for Psychomotoricity is institutionalism, which has taken over not only the institutions themselves, but especially the relations between people.
Do we have the opportunity to change that?
Vanya Dunkova – President of the Bulgarian Association for the Development of Psychomotoricity (BAPMT), psychomotor therapist (German Association of Psychomotoricity dakp), Master of Child and Adolescent Psychology (Sofia University “St. Kliment Ochridsky“) Sofia University “St. Kliment Ochridsky“). She studied in the method “Psychodynamic Psychomotoricity” with Prof. Amara Eckert (Germany), as well as in shorter courses in “Psychomotor practice Aucouturier” with the creator of the practice Prof. Bernard Aucouturier (France), and with specialists from Italy and Bulgaria. Founder of the Center for Support of Child Development “Psychomotoricity for all children” and actively practicing the method “Psychodynamic psychomotoricity“.
The event will take place on ZOOM:
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Meeting ID: 817 7180 8757