VATEKi koostööseminar

Mis:
VATEKi koostööseminar
Millal:
12.12.2017 @ 09:30 – 13:00
Where:
Sotsiaalministeerium
Suur-Ameerika 1
10129 Tallinn
Estonia
Cost:
tasuta
Contact:
Merike Sisask+3725166543eestivatek@gmail.com
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Järgmine VATEKi koostööseminar toimub T 12.12.2017 kell 09:30-13:00 Sotsiaalministeeriumi suures saalis (Suur-Ameerika 1, Tallinn).

Külalisesinejaks on kriisinõustamise guru Prof Atle Dyregrov (Norrast) ning tema loengu teemad on:
– Planning for the unthinkable
– Psychosocial interventions following major events (disasters, terror, community crises)
– Preparation, acute interventions and follow-up
Loeng on inglise keeles sünkroontõlkega eesti keelde.

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Palun eelregistreeruda alljärgneval lingil: https://goo.gl/forms/fHgzj3ssDeSlTJHg1

Soovitav on enne koostööseminari läbi lugeda VATEKi poolt koostatud ja 28.06.2017 Sotsiaalministeeriumile üle antud “Psühhosotsiaalse kriisiabi osutamise kava”, mis on kättesaadav VATEKi kodulehel uudiste sektsioonis (http://vatek.ee/uudised/).

Atle Dyregrovi tutvustus
Professor Atle Dyregrov is a clinical and research psychologist and head of professional issues at the Center for Crisis Psychology, at University of Bergen, Norway. Dyregrov is the author of numerous publications, journal articles and more than 15 books, among them Disaster psychology, Children in war, Grief in children, and Supporting traumatized children and teenagers. He has conducted research on various subjects relating to bereavement, trauma and disaster, with focus on children and families. He has worked extensively with children in disaster and war situations for UNICEF, Save the Children, International Red Cross, and the Children and War Foundation. He is one of the founding members of the European Society for Traumatic Stress Studies and the Children and War Foundation. In 2014, he was awarded Knight 1st Class, Royal Norwegian Order of St. Olav by the Norwegian king for his pioneering work within the crisis and disaster field. Following the terror in Norway in 2011, he was a consultant to the Norwegian government on several levels.