Matteo Villanova


A "School Help Desk for pedagogical listening", held by educators and pedagogues with the neuropsychiatric collaboration of the sanitary system in a medical-pedagogical model of coaching aimed at children and also parents as well as teachers can be effective in planning and facilitating the processes of inclusion and integration of and prevention of conduct at risk or early school leaving.

This counter as a service aimed at the Person serves to transmit the Good practices of coaching on feelings, of children characterized by various needs of coaching who arise for reasons related to homosexuality or transsexuality and the relationship with their families, distinguishing for example in an early way and effective between stable "orientation" and transitory "attitude" often reactive to post-traumatic situations and preventing homo- and trans-phobic scenarios and situations of bullying related to these.

The systematic use of this internal resource of the school structure becomes a first useful moment of inclusion and integration through listening and welcoming for the realization of effective pludisciplinary coordination projects among all the local Operators, including Social Workers, Forces of the Order, doctors and psychologists, to protect the minor and the family.

The continuous and transversal training of these figures is aimed at recognizing and effectively supporting the discomfort that has not yet become maladjustment and which will otherwise be expressed through self- or heterogeneous conduct at risk of scholastic and educational disinvestment in childhood, adolescence and also by the families.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.32043/gsd.v6i1s.598


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