Psychological well being assist teams for youngsters and fogeys whose lives have been devastated by the struggle in Ukraine have been launched by the United Nations Kids’s Fund (UNICEF), along with the Ministry of Training and Science of Ukraine, the Ukrainian Institute of Cognitive Behavioral Remedy and the All-Ukrainian Public Heart “Volunteer”.
The PORUCH venture connects psychologists with teams of fogeys and youths throughout Ukraine, providing offline and on-line classes to assist them cope with the trauma of struggle. On-line conferences happen utilizing Zoom, with every group consisting of not more than 10 members and a number psychologist. Participation is free and the time of the conferences will probably be mentioned with every participant.
In the course of the conferences, adolescents may have the chance to share their worries concerning the struggle with a group of people that assist and perceive one another. They may even study methods to assist themselves, their family and shut pals throughout troublesome occasions. Click on right here to fill out the applying.
PORUCH psychologists additionally assist mother and father, who must handle their very own psychological well being in addition to their kids, including to the strain. In line with the consultants, any sort of assist is essential for them.
Grownup members will focus on assist themselves and their family members, and discover ways to address feelings throughout troublesome occasions. They may even discover ways to alleviate ache, adapt to new residing conditions, plan their lives in occasions of uncertainty and the place to search out assets. To hitch the group, click on right here.
The venture employs skilled psychologists and specialists with the talents to assist those that have survived the struggle. In case you are a psychologist and want to be a part of the crew, please view the necessities and fill out the applying right here.
The venture’s web site was developed with the assist of BetterMe, a Ukrainian firm that creates merchandise for well being and health.
UNICEF in Ukraine
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