GRAPHIC NOVEL “I CAN” from Imke Hansen

We appreciate the amazing Graphic Novel about the SE approach made by Imke Hansen. You are very welcome to share with all they need it. Graphic-Novel-I-can-Ukrainian Graphic-Novel-I-can-Russian Graphic-Novel-I-can-English

Telehelp Ukraine is seeking volunteers!

Are you a licensed MD, Psychologist or Social Worker? TELEHELP UKRAINE is seeking volunteer MDs, Psychologists, and Social Workers to provide telemedicine appointments for Ukrainians affected by the war. Watch this Session, which focused on recruiting providers within the SE community. Telehelp Ukraine is a new telemedicine initiative that was started by students of Stanford University in April 2022. Learn …

Maggie Kline: Tutorial For Trauma Picture Book (video+book)

The Trauma Picture Book has been created for refugee parents and caregivers and is based on the book Trauma Proofing Your Kids by Peter Levine and Maggie Kline. Our aim was to present simple, yet professional information about trauma and about how parents and caregivers can support the children without specialists whom there might be a lack of. This project …

Dr. Abi Blakeslee – Crisis First Aid: Supporting the Supporters (video)

Crisis First Aid: Supporting the Supporters. An Online Webinar Presented by Dr. Abi Blakeslee, SEP, CMT, MFT, Ph.D., SE™ International Faculty. This video is for anyone interested in learning theory and stabilisation tools and seeing experiential exercises that put it all together. You can watch the video here.

From Therapy to Prevention: What can we do to promote the health of those arriving and those caring for them? (video+manual)

This is very interesting lecture from Dr. Gisela Perren- Klingler, psychiatrist and author of the books “Psychical Health and Catastrophes” and “Resource Work in Refugee Aid” from the Institute Psychotrauma Switzerland. The original video you can watch here. The Manual for Parents and Teachers from Unicef Helping Children Cope with the Stresses of War you can find here.

Community Resilience by Elaine Miller (video)

On Thursday, February 24, 2022, a group of Ukrainian educators from EdCamp, who promote the SEE Learning Program, met with the Trauma Resource Institute requesting immediate humanitarian assistance to provide a series of Community Resiliency Model (CRM)® Webinars for the Ukrainian people as a result of the Russian invasion. You can get more information and watch the videos (4 sessions) …