The «Open Ukraine» Foundation in partnership with the Embassy of Israel in Ukraine and Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv invites you to take part in the 4-day training «Psychological assistance to people who suffered from military actions».
The training of Ukrainian specialists will be conducted by psychologist and consultant, master of groups in the «National Office on drugs and alcoholism» at the Municipality of Haifa (Israel) Gila PETROVA and social worker who is engaged in private practice of psychotherapy, lecturer, consultant, officer of the psychological service army of defense of Israel reserve Major Moti PIKELNER.
Psychologists, psychiatrists, social workers, who are ready to train their colleagues in future are invited to the participation.
Basic requirements for participants: psychological education, work experience, practical employment in the work with vulnerable populations and people, who suffered from armed conflict.
To participate in the training, please follow the link and fill in the registration form: http://goo.gl/forms/3HAiWBqhlQ.
The training will be held on 22-25 December 2015 in Kyiv, at the Institute for Postgraduate Education, Vasylkivska str., 36.
Organizers especially engage regional representatives to participate in the training. Travel costs will be covered (ticket price shall not exceed 600 UAH in both directions). Accommodation and meals will be covered by the organizers.
The deadline for applications is 18:00, 12.12.2015.
The results of selection will be announced on 14th December 2015.
Working languages are Ukrainian and English.
If you have any questions, please contact the Manager of International Dialogue Program of the Foundation Ms. Ramina Shut by the phone (044) 40 220 18, (067) 214 34 62 or by e-mail [email protected]
The «Open Ukraine» Foundation is an international foundation, established in July 2007 for strengthening and development of Ukraine’s reputation in the world. The main tasks of the Foundation are improving international reputation of Ukraine and increasing its promotion abroad, promoting international cooperation with Ukraine and public diplomacy.
The Head of Supervisory Council is Tereziya Yatseniuk.