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Report on the work of Foundation (December)

Getashen – 1 visit

Metsamor – 1 visit

 

Number of participants in group meetings – 47

Number of individual consultations – 11

 

We took part in Unicef seminars in December. The main topic was child protection. We have an experience in this sphere and are ready to be a part of their trainings and seminars.

On December 5, we held a group session with teenagers from Getashen. The main topics were: post-war consequences, maintenance of stress resistance level, how to cope with stress and help to other people. Also we had discussions about personal growth, influence, overcoming powerlessness.

On December 7, we held an online-session with teenagers. The topic was psycho-emotional intervention. During the meeting we discussed the differences and consequences of acute stress disorder and post-traumatic stress disorder. Very accessible, with examples, psychologist spoke about the mechanisms of self-regulation in emergency situations: breathing exercises, grounding, ways to quickly and effectively manage anxiety. And also held individual consultations.

On December 12, we had group and individual online-meetings with teenagers from Metsamor. The format was an intensive discussion, a lot of questions and answers.

During regional visits we carried out group and individual psychological work. It was aimed at counteracting reactions and emotional stabilization of the psychological and emotional sphere of the participants. Working in group meetings had a therapeutic effect on some participants.

We conducted educational programs together with our partners Children of Regions NGO. The number of educational programs this month was 4. Various topics were discussed, from self-determination of a profession to communication skills.

We conducted 2 group psychological works, 11 individual consultations, 3 group psychological online meetings and 4 educational programs.

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