In collaboration with the Norway National knowledge center on violence and traumatic stress (NKVTS), ESTSS is organizing a hybrid workshop “Psychotraumatology responds to societal challenges” which will be held in Oslo, Norway. We welcome you to join us online via the Zoom link (https://nkvts-no.zoom.us/j/67270907419?pwd=eVdONzZDMFJoeERlR2FqUjExYUw3QT09) on Friday, October 21 at 13:00 CET.
The workshop is free of charge and registration is not needed.
Opening and Welcome: Cand. Mag Inger Elise Birkeland (Norway, NKVTS Director) & Prof. Evaldas Kazlauskas (Lithuania, ESTSS President)
Prof. Annett Lotzin (Germany). Risk and protective factors, stressors, and clinical symptoms during the COVID-19 pandemic: findings from the ESTSS ADJUST study
Prof. Dominic Murphy (UK). Understanding moral injury and ideas for treatment
Dr. Helene Aakvaag (Norway). violence and sexual abuse in Norway, on the web and in real life
War in Ukraine
Lela Tsiskarishvili (Georgia, IRCT). Russian invasion of Ukraine: Understanding massive and complex traumatization - justice informed approach as an integral part of healing
Prof. Malgorzata Dragan (Poland). Support for Ukrainian Refugees in Poland
Discussion. NB. Guests on zoom will not be able to participate in the live discussion. If there are any questions related to the presentations, e-mail addresses to the presenters will be forwarded during the workshop (on the chatlink).
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