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Mission

L’Associazione InArteSalus promuove e divulga in ogni contesto sociale e socio-sanitario l’applicazione delle Arti Terapie, delle Terapie Espressive, delle Medicine Complementari e delle Discipline Terapeutiche Psicocorporee.

Cultura e competenza per generare benessere spirituale e materiale.

Qualità della relazione e condivisione del bello in una dimensione integrata del prendersi cura. Una medicina che considera l’essere umano nella sua totalità, ponendosi essa stessa come una medicina integra in tutte le sue parti: quelle che si attengono al conoscere, ma anche al fare; al sapere, ma anche all’essere; alla scienza e all’arte; al corpo, alla mente e all’anima.

Statuto

Scarica lo Statuto Associativo InArteSalus (pdf)

Direttivo 2019/2022

  • Cristina Ruffato, presidente
  • Eva-Maria Giesler, vice-presidente
  • Tommaso Zanoni, segretario
  • Diego Crosara, consigliere

Comitato Scientifico

  • Gerardo Manarolo
  • Stefano Navone
  • Francesco Francini
  • Cristina Ruffato

InArteSalus Research Group

InArtesalus Research Group coordinates and promotes research projects aimed at applying music therapy to diverse care contexts. The group is made up of
professionals of different backgrounds and expertise who have already brought their work to the international arena.

So far, the following areas of research have been investigated:
 Drug addiction
 Burn Out Syndrome
 Mental Health
 Eating Disorders
 Music Tecnhology
 Systemic-relational approach

Here below the list of reports presented by InArteSalus Research group at different international conferences:

1. December 2010, Poland- Wroclaw: International conference Wroclaw University, “Arteterapia w Naukach Humanistycznich i Medycznych”, title presentation: “Music Therapy and Psychiatry in Italy”, Stefano Navone.

2.  May 2011, Austria -Vienna: “International Symposium, Spotlights on Music Therapy in Europe”, title presentation: “Improvisational music therapy in long
term psychiatric treatment – main objectives, indications and rehabilitative strategies”, Stefano Navone.

3. October 2011, Poland- Wroclaw: Conference “VI MIEDZYNARODOWE FORUM MUZYKOTERAPEUTÓ”, title presentation: “Workshop: Autism: History,
treatments and rehabilitation approaches”, Stefano Navone.

4. June 2012, Estonia – Tallin: International Music Therapy Symposium “Current Trends in Music Therapy”, title presentation: “Music Therapy in Psychiatric
Disorders: a relational view, nonverbal approach and affect attunement”, Stefano Navone.

5. June 2012, Finland – Jyvaskyla: 7h Nordic Music Therapy Congress NMCT 2012, “Music Therapy Models, Methods and Techniques”, title presentation:“Improvisational music therapy in long-term psychiatric treatment: a comparison between symptoms and rehabilitation strategies”, Stefano
Navone.

6. October 2012, Spain – Madrid: IV National Music Therapy Conference “Music Therapy as an emergent profession in a new social contest”, title
presentation: “Music Therapy in Psychiatric Disorders: a relational view, nonverbal approach and affect attunement”, Stefano Navone.

7. April 2013, Austria – Vienna: Lecturer at Universität für Musik und Darstellende Kunst, title presentation: “Non verbal arbeiten”, Stefano Navone.

8. June 2013, Finland – Jyvaskyla: International Conference ICME 2013 “Music & Emotions”, title presentation: “Music Therapy as an effective intervention in the treatment of depression in a patient with Korsakoff’s syndrome”, Stefano Navone.

9. October 2013, Portugal – Lousada-Oporto: “1°Congresso Ibero-americano de Investigacao em Musicoterapia”, title presentation: “Relational and nonverbal
Music Therapy as an effective intervention in the treatment of Depression in a patient with Korsakoff’s Sindrome”, Stefano Navone.

10. July 2016, Austria – Vienna: 10th European Music Therapy Conference, “A Symphony of Dialogues”, title presentation: “Extremely fragile: playing with Care!
A study on Music Therapy’s application with young patients suffering from Drug Addiction”, Stefano Navone.

11. December 2016, Poland – Wroclaw: European Forum of Music Therapists “45 years of Wroclaw Music Therapy in the center of Europe” organized by Karol
Lipinsky Academy of Music, title presentation: “Extremely fragile: playing with Care! A study on Music Therapy’s application with young patients suffering
from Drug Addiction”, Stefano Navone.

12. August 2017, Austria – Semmering: International Summer Academy- ISA Science 2017 “Motion Emotion Movement”, title presentation: “Motion and Emotion in Music Therapy: the useful uncertainty of a border”, Stefano Navone.

13. November 2017, Buglaria – Sofia: The Fourth Bulgarian Music Therapy Conference With International Partecipants “Music Therapy- Intersections Spaces”,
title presentation: “Music Therapy and Affect Attunement in Log Term Psychiatric Treatment: A Comparison Between Symptoms and Rehabilitation Strategies”, Stefano Navone.

14. August 2018, Sweden – Stockholm: “Nordic Music Therapy Congress” title presentation: “Music Therapy work group for Burnout Syndrome prevention: a
pilot study”, Stefano Navone, Barbara De Giovannini and Veronica Zatti.

15. August 2018, Sweden – Stockholm: “Nordic Music Therapy Congress”, title presentation “From care to cure: a Music Therapy study in patients with acute
psychiatric disorders inside General Hospital Unit”, Stefano Navone and Chiara Di Corato.

16. May 2019, Schio – Italy: InArteSalus International Conference “Two in One a reason to play; international perspectives in Music Therapy”, title presentation: “Entrainment: attitudine ritmica e relazione a tempo”, Stefano Navone and Mariangela Lippolis.

17. June 2019, Denmark – Aalborg: 11th European music therapy conference, “Field of Resonance”, title presentation: “The Midifly system: from Play to Interplay, a new road to Intersubjectivity”, Stefano Navone and Stefano Ianne.

18. June 2019, Denmark – Aalborg: 11th European music therapy conference, “Field of Resonance”, title presentation: “Bodiless Tunes: Group music therapy
treatment for eating disorders”, Stefano Navone and Francesca Gasparotto.

InArteSalus Research Group
 Silvia Balzarin – Psychologist, Music Therapist
 Luca Bertolli – Psychologist, Psychotherapist, Researcher in Neuroscience
 Barbara De Giovannini – Music Therapist, Speech Therapist
 Chiara Di Corato – Music Therapist, Musician
 Matteo Fabbri – Psychologist, expert in statistical processing
 Francesca Gasparotto – Music Therapist, Educator 
 Stefano Ianne – Musician, Composer
 Mariangela Lippolis – Musician, Music Therapist
 Alessandra Meneghello – Certified Music Therapist, Trainer
 Stefano Navone – Certified Music Therapist, Trainer, Supervisor  
 Veronica Zatti – Music Therapist, Educator