In Drohobych, Lviv region, classes began under the program “Children and War. Teaching Recovering Techniques” for refugees from the hot spots of Ukraine, who temporarily found their shelter in this city (currently more than 4,000 migrants live in Drogobych). Four groups for children and two groups for adults gather in the Lyceum named after Bogdan Lepky, as well as in general education schools, which have now turned into hostels for women and children evacuated from the shelled and occupied territories of Ukraine. Classes are conducted by trainers-psychologists who have been trained under the program “Children and War” quite recently: immediately after the start of the war. They treat their members with great love and care, help them cope with intrusive memories and nightmares, and together with them look for resources for a new life.

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