RPDI launches a psychological assistance program for journalists "Safety Zone"
Regional Press Development Institute launches a psychological assistance program for journalists "Safety Zone."
The program includes two formats:
- support groups;
- individual consultations.
"'Safety Zone' is our attempt to create a little island where you can stay and talk to psychologists or colleagues about anything that worries you," the organizers say.
You can apply for participation here.
The program will be hosted by psychologists:
- Natalia Stoetska – Master of Psychology, first rank psychologist, has 18 years of clinical (TMC "Psychiatry") and psychotherapeutic practice, curator of advanced educational, supervisory, and therapeutic groups. Since 2017, she has been a participant of the OSCE project and working with journalists who have traveled to the JFO zone.
- Tamara Buntova – a specialist with 13 years of experience. Curator of educational lectures, workshops, trainings and therapeutic groups. Helps with trauma recovery and accompanies her clients through the experience of loss. She has advised non-governmental organizations on working with the military and internally displaced persons.
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