Impact and Completion of the Erasmus+ StaGe of Mind Project

Impact and Completion of the Erasmus+ StaGe of Mind Project

The Society of Social Psychiatry P. Sakellaropoulos announces the completion of the project ERASMUS+ StaGe of Mind: Upskilling adults living with mental illness through multidisciplinary performing arts and presents the conclusions, the analytical results and also the overall impact of the project, in the relevant scientific article and its short version.

The duration of the Erasmus+ Stage of Mind project was two years and involved six organizations from the mental health and performing arts sectors from three countries (Spain, Greece and Ireland). In Greece, it was implemented, through its two-year course with the cooperation of specialized professionals in the artistic field (Angels of Joy) and the field of mental health (SSP P. Sakellaropoulos). The project was completed with the production and presentation of an original musical theater performance, with 52 total participants on behalf of the Society of Social Psychiatry P. Sakellaropoulos

A total of 97 participants from the 3 countries (Greece, Spain, Ireland) performed on the stage of the Stage of Mind project. The performances created enchanted the public in Athens, Valladolid and Dublin, both due to their authentic truth and their artistic value.

Through the StaGe of Mind Programme, the participants developed artistic skills, gained access to the artistic and cultural environment of musical theater and contributed decisively to the destigmatization of mental illness, public awareness, social integration and the promotion of the quality of life of people with psychosocial problems.

You can watch and share the entire Greek performance from our YouTube channel.

Please visit the project’s website where you can find interesting articles and photographic material from the performances. The training/educational material of the Program will be available soon.

For further information, you can contact  Ms. Despina Katsouda – Programme Coordinator at the following email address:

The project was implemented with the co-financing of the European Union / Project number: 2020-1-ES01-KA227-ADU-095918 (01/05/2021- 30/04/2023


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