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Dance Against Stressful Situations - D.A.S.S Booklet

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Consists of a Booklet addressed to youth workers, containing good practices, methodologies, activities, and practical exercises to help young people reduce stress and regain mental and physical equilibrium.

Aims of the tool

To provide youth workers with effective tools and resources to help young people manage stress caused by stressful situations and unpredictable phenomena, ultimately reducing distress and negative feelings.

Description of the tool

The Booklet contains a collection of methodologies, good practices, and activities derived from dancing and artistic empowering online training and the Learning Training and Teaching Activities. These resources have been adjusted and improved for practical use. Additionally, the Booklet includes a section with links to videos that provide tutorials on how to apply the activities and techniques.

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Tool overview

Dance Against Stressful Situations - D.A.S.S Booklet

This tool is for

Youth workers who are looking for practical tools and resources to support young people in managing stress and enhancing their mental and physical well-being.

and addresses

Personal Development, Youth Participation

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The tool was published to the Toolbox by

Musa kirkar (on 15 May 2024)

and last modified

15 May 2024

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