GATE 2017 - Experiential Workshop Proposal
The aim of this GATE is to bring people closer together and to start creating a European platform where we can communicate our findings and exchange ideas on Adventure Therapy. This dream can only come true if people are willing to proudly share what they do and how they do it. This 1st GATE is an opportunity to learn from each other. This is why we would love that you share your knowledge, experiences and resources with the rest of European folks. Please, give us an insight of the wonderful practices you use in your organization/country! We offer the opportunity for you to have a 2 hour time slot in which you can provide a workshop, either inside or outdoors. Please feel encouraged to make something practical, hands-on and experiential out of it, so we can all experience the wonders ourselves and feel connected in this European part of the world. Thanks for sharing!

Make sure you pick a good title to catch participants' attention. Keep in mind that we will provide the description of your workshop to participants so they can get some information about your experiential workshop.

You need to be enrolled in the GATE in order to present a workshop proposal.
Unfortunately, we cannot offer a discount for people that present a workshop.

Please email us at gate@adventuretherapy.eu if you have any questions.

Deadline for proposals: December 1st 2016

More information about the GATE workshops at www.adventuretherapy.eu

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