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This project has been funded with support from the European Commission.

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PSYCH.E.IN Output

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MOOCs

  • The M.O.O.C.s aim to develop clinical psychologists, psychotherapists and psychoanalysts in an emergency trans-theoretical prospective as well as VET trainers of psychologists, psychotherapists and psychoanalysts with interactive methods, using videos, cases analysis, exercises, and peer evaluations.
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Toolkits

  • The Toolkits aim to offer an easy self-training to psychologists, psychotherapists and psychoanalysts and their VET trainers for personal debriefing after Psychological Early Interventions. The purpose of the Toolkits is to take care of the mental health of psychological staff preventing burn out, distress and consequences of vicarious trauma.
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Collection of Case Studies

  • The Case studies aim to develop description of multiplier settings in Psychological Early Intervention and the multiplier intervention approaches in Emergency. Case studies offer a systemic matrix of expertise in which each learner could recognized the best interventions for contents and specific target psychological demand.
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Psych.E.In Partnership


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Psych.E.In Project

Psych.E.In Project

The Psych.E.In project has been funded, by the European Commission through the Polish National Agency for the Erasmus+ Programme, with the aim of providing psychologists, psychotherapists and psychoanalysts with clinical competences in Psychological Early Intervention to support health and wellbeing of the victims of humanitarian emergencies. The project will include, among the project results, two MOOCs – Massive Online Open Courses, two Toolkits addressed to VET teachers, and a Collection of Case Studies.