3-HOUR ONLINE WORKSHOP ON ZOOM

MARCH 25/Friday/, 18.00 h CET

Traumatic experiences during war can induce a significant amount of stress in the absence of early and effective intervention provided by trained caregivers. There is evidence for the effectiveness of several early psychological interventions for individuals with traumatic stress symptoms following trauma exposure, especially for those meeting the diagnostic threshold for ASD or PTSD.

So we want to organize a training course on the topic of “psychological first aid after traumatic exposure” for professionals who will need to work with affected people because of the war.

It will be a 3-hour workshop using psychodrama, action methods combined with some techniques derived from especially CBT.

Working language: ENGLISH

Presenter:

Ass. Prof. Dr Turabi Yerli /Turkey/

M. Turabi Yerli MD, PhD, Asst. Prof. Visitor Consultant at Istanbul Medical Faculty. After working as a general practitioner he was trained in psychotherapy techniques to work with PTSD after 1999 Marmara Earthquake. Then, he was trained on psychodrama at Abdulkadir Ozbek Institute and became a psychodrama therapist. His psychodrama thesis was about obesity and changing eating behavior using psychodrama. He also worked with Dr. Ali Babaoglu on the topic of Jungian psychodrama and worked with Nevin Eracar on art-therapy. At the same time, he had his PhD and his doctoral thesis about obesity and metabolic syndrome. He combined his experience about psychodrama, obesity and trauma and developed four-port concept to work with traumatised people and also with obese patients. He is a founding member of IJUNGI, Istanbul Jungian Psychodrama Institue which was formerly named as Dr. Ali Babaoglu Jungian Psychodrama Institute. He is a founding member of the Balkan Association in Psychodrama, Sociometry and Group Psychotherapy, IAGP and ASGPP.

SLIDING SCALE: 20 – 70 EUR

ALL THE INCOMES WILL BE DONATED TO THE STATE HOSPITAL IN KIEV.

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