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Date(s) - 25/03/2019 - 30/03/2019
All Day


An international training course for support workers, counsellors, doulas, midwives, psychologists, group leaders and facilitators supporting mothers on a professional level.

In this 5-days course we provide tools, activities and a framework to be used in one-to-one and group work with mothers, including art-based and outdoors activities.

25th-30th March 2019

Arboreto, Mondaino, Italy

Conditions of participation: The programme is open to professionals from Italy, Slovenia, Hungary, UK and Germany. Costs of accommodation and food are covered by the Erasmus+ programme. Participants will receive a contribution to their travel costs after the course.

Participants are asked for a donation of 130€/180€/220€ (low waged/professional/supporter) to contribute to training costs.

The training needs participation during the whole course. The course’s language is English.

To apply please fill in this application form by the 31st of January 2019. For any questions please email to

Mother Nature, our 2-years international learning is a partnership of experts from 7 European organisations, elaborating tools and a complex methodology to support mothers in:

  • Self-reflection on personal transformation

  • Re-aligning their lifepath adapting to the changes of being a mother

  • Connecting to Nature, to the more-than-human world around us

We understand motherhood as a unique transformative experience. Reflection on this transformation can be supported and facilitated using art- and nature-based learning methods and activities.

Throughout the course, we will use non-formal, nature and art based learning methods, reflection, and the framework of the “Mothers Journey” – an interpretation of Joseph Campbell’s famous narration to bring meaning to all times’ great myths.

This 5-day international course is a unique opportunity to network and exchange with other professionals around Europe.

For more information on the programme, the trainer’s team and background please visit the project website: