Videoinsight® Method has been applied for Psychological Support to individuals, groups and communities with specific social problems. On 2011 the Videoinsight® Social Support Project has been presented at the Spain Royal Academy in Rome in the context of an initiative focused on Gift thematic, curated by Maria Rosa Sossai, in collaboration with Berta Sichel and Avelino Sala.
Art and Science Videoinsight® Foundation began the application of the Videoinsight® Method for the Psychological Support to Cancer Patients.
The Videoinsight® Method for Psychological Support to Women victims of sexual abuses, ill-treatments, physical and psychological violences
In 2013 Art and Science Videoinsight® Foundation participated to the event Mothers Against Violence, held in Verona at the Camploy Theatre, curated by Maria Teresa Ferrari, during the National Day dedicated to the Prevention of Violence on Women.
Videoinsight® artworks have been selected for psychological support to women victims of sexual abuses, ill-treatments, physical and psychological violences.
In 2014 Videoinsight® Foundation participated also to the event Madri in Santo Stefano in Vicenza, curated by Maria Teresa Ferrari.
Videos from Videoinsight® Collection were shown to the Audience.
The Videoinsight® Method for Psychological Support Support to Women with Maternity and Female Role Difficulties
In 2011 and 2012 Videoinsight® Videos were shown during the events Mothers and Mothers at the origin of the Courage, curated by Maria Teresa Ferrari, in San Giorgetto and in San Fermo, in Verona with the aim of providing support to women with maternity and female role difficulties.
Art and Science Videoinsight® Foundation applies the Videoinsight® Method with geriatric patients for the Improvement of Quality of Life.
On 14th, 15th, 16th of December 2012, Rebecca Russo, in collaboration with Santa Nastro, and Germana Galli, showed six High Impact Videoinsight® Art Videos to victims from the L’Aquila earthquake in Abruzzo, Italy. The event was entitled ‘Chance’ and Senator Stefania Pezzopane was present. The selected works displayed in the Museum MUSPAC of L’Aquila and through QTV were: Masbedo, “Schegge d’incanto in fondo al dubbio”, 2010; Cheryl Pope, “Stacks”, 2010; Alice Cattaneo, “Passaggi”, 2007; Victor Alimpiev, “Weak Rot Front”, 2010; Shana Moulton, “The Galactic Pot Healer”, 2010; Ali Kazma, “Dance Company”, 2010.