On October 11-13, in Lutsk, the team of the “Helping Hand for Ukraine” project organised a “Children and War. Teaching Recovery Techniques” training for practitioners in cooperation with the Volyn National Lesya Ukrainka University. The theory and practice of the program for 13 participants (school psychologists and social educators of the city and region) were taught by experienced trainers and psychologists of the project – Iryna Sukhova and Natalia Podolyak. On the first day of the training, the participants were greeted by the rector of the university, Anatoliy Tsios. He noted the importance of psychological assistance during the war and wished everyone success in their studies and future work.

We are sincerely grateful to our partner, the Canada Ukraine Foundation, for the financial support!

Feedback from the participants:

Inna Voloshyna: “Thank you for your professionalism, structured presentation of information, and friendly atmosphere. The training exceeded all my expectations. Three days of consistent information, a combination of theory, practice, and practical exercises. Special thanks for the game exercises that complemented the theory very well”.

Natalia Matviyuk: “A wonderful, informative, positive and useful training. It is relevant in times of war and universal for the psychologist’s practical work. I am sincerely grateful to the trainers and participants for the needed information and comfortable atmosphere. I leave the training with a full “backpack” of knowledge and easy-to-understand information. I hope for successful implementation of the acquired knowledge. Thank you!”

Liudmyla Andrusik: “Many thanks to the trainers for three days of interesting training. During these three days, I was enriched by interesting techniques, movements and new acquaintances in the group. I took away a lot of useful things for myself and worked through my fears and emotions. I wish everyone psychological health and emotional support. See you in December!”

Svitlana Kobzar: “Many thanks to the organizers and trainers for their work. I really liked the way the material was presented. It is a very good idea that the acquired skills and knowledge should be implemented right after the training, and not hidden in a secret closet and forgotten. The idea with the contract is very good – you can immediately see who needs the program and who is ready to work. Don’t be upset that there were fewer of us than planned. If the training helps only a few people, families, children, trainers, it is already a huge contribution to the wellbeing of Ukraine and the community.”

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