In early March, ESTSS launched a series of webinars to bring together the professional community and present various perspectives on addressing the psychosocial and mental health needs that emerged as a result of the Russian Invasion of Ukraine. All webinars were simultaneously translated into the Ukrainian language and very well accepted by the brother psyhotrauma community and Ukrainian colleagues in particular.
We would like to use this opportunity to express gratitude to colleagues from Israel and Italian trauma societies who helped us in the organization of the webinars. Special thanks to Mental Balance Space NGO&CF from Ukraine for organizing a simultaneous translation service.
WEBINAR LIST & LINKS TO THE RECORDINGS
Russian Invasion of Ukraine Mental health and psychosocial implications
War and Its Impact on Children and Families - Webinar I - Primary psychological interventions for Children and Families following war and crisis
War and Its Impact on Children and Families - Webinar II - New Techniques for Coping with Continuous Threat
Trauma-spectrum disorders in acute and post-acute phases - Webinar I - Introduction to Narrative Exposure Therapy (NET)
Trauma-spectrum disorders in acute and post-acute phases - Webinar II - Narrative Integrated Stabilization (NASTI)
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