On March 04, the “Children and War. Teaching Recovery Techniques” training has started in Odesa. It is conducted by psychologists-trainers of the “Helping Hand for Ukraine” International Relief Project – Iryna Sukhova, Natalya Podolyak, Olena Bozhor.
Among the participants are social service workers, practicing psychologists, and volunteers from non-governmental organisations dealing with IDPs issues. During three days the participants will learn how to use “Children and War. Teaching Recovery Techniques” program in their work with children, traumatized by war in Eastern Ukraine. The program has been developed in frames of cooperation between the Centre for Crisis Psychology (Bergen, Norway) and the Institute of Psychiatry (London, Great Britain), and has been translated and adapted by the experts from Ukrainian Institute of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (Lviv, Ukraine).
The Ukrainian Credit Union (Canada) has provided a financial grant for training in Odesa within implementation of the Phase III of the project. Organisational support is provided by our local partner – Volunteer Psychological Service at Saint Paul’s Rehabilitation Centre in Odesa.
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