Clinical and Psychotherapeutic Resources
The fact that grief takes so long to resolve is not a sign of inadequacy, but betokens depth of soul.
~ Donald Winnicott
Information for victims and their relatives
Two Psyche Zone webinars were held on March 28 and March 30: “Chronic Stress – From Pandemic to War” with SWPS University professors Ewa Gruszczynska, PhD and Zofia Szynal, PhD, and “Psychological First Aid in Times of War” with Patricia Watson, PhD and Krzysztof Kaniasty, PhD. Recordings of the webinars are available on the Psyche Zone website.
The Sigourney Award – Confronting Personal Trauma in a Group
Children and Adolescents
Mental Health in times of War
Information for everyone who works with injured children and young people
The Community Mental Health Center for Children and Youth at SWPS University has prepared materials on mental health crisis support for refugees in Ukrainian and Russian. The materials are available here.
Hotline for Ukrainians arriving in Finland
Гаряча лінія для українських громадян-шукачів притулку у Фінляндії
The SWPS Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy Clinic provides free psychological consultations for refugees. Consultations are available in Ukrainian. In order to get assistance, call the helpline +48 22 517 96 96 (from Monday to Friday, from 8AM to 8PM) or send an e-mail: [email protected] (Leaflet in Polish and Ukrainian).
Psychological help (you may call or write an email for free of charge help)
[email protected] or call (48) 22 828 04 50 (9–17)
800 108 108 (Monday and Tuesadys 17–20)
(48) 669 981 038, (48) 22 656 4 63
(48) (22) 566 22 27 8:00–20:00. 07:00–21:00
(48) (12) 421 92 82
(48) 727 805 764.
(48) 720 826 806 or 790 626 806.
(48) 733 563 311 or [email protected]
(48) 698 188 305
(48) 800 12 12 12–22 – if you are a child and need help just call here
https://www.telios.ro/help?hsLang=ro (medical assistance)
PCCA – Partners in Confronting Collective Atrocities
Psychological Suport and Supervision for Profesionals
Students of the Faculty of Design – School of Form prepared further language versions of a visual minidictionary, which facilitates basic communication with refugees and asylum seeker women from Ukraine. The material is available in 8 language versions.
SWPS University organised a free academic course for 50 male and female teachers entitled “Learn how a teacher can facilitate the integration of children with refugee experience at school and how to work with bilingual and bicultural children”. (more about the course).