This project (2020-1-PL-KA202-082075) has been funded with support from the European Commission.
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This project has been funded with support from the European Commission.

This web site reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.

Psych.E.In. Target Groups

    The project is addressed to:
  1. Psychologists, psychotherapists and psychoanalysts interested in developing knowledge, skills and competencies in Emergency Settings
  2. VET trainers in the field of psychology interested in being able to provide training on Psychological Early Intervention.


Psych.E.In. Outputs

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MOOCs

  • The MOOCs aim to provide the target groups with relevant skills in the field of psychological early intervention.
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Toolkits

  • The Toolkits aim to provide the target groups with strategies for personal debriefing to prevent burn-out after psychological early interventions.
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welcome3

Collection of Case Studies

  • The Collection of Case Studies identifies relevant literature and practices in the field of psychological early intervention.
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Psych.E.In. Partnership


Testimonials

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“ The structure of the course is well developed. It starts from a general overview of emergency psychology and its historical origins, deepening the subject gradually. It offers professionals who first approach this field a clear and comprehensive picture of the primary early psychological interventions and disaster management techniques. ”

Lucia F. Psychotherapist, EMDR consultant (Italy)
Lucia F.
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“ MOOC1 provides both theoretical and practical knowledge, which could serve as a strong base for further exploration and learning. The content is well organized and focuses on practical situations. Particularly, I enjoyed the examples of Good Practices that, along with the Tips and the Self-assessment test, keep learners engaged and motivated ”

Dragana G. Psychologist / psychotherapist, Therapeutic Community of the Open Psychotherapy Centre (Greece)
Dragana G.
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“ MOOC 1 is a good workshop to learn about early intervention in case of an earthquake, hurricane, terroristic attack, etc. It contains different information about biological stress factors, different stress therapies, and crisis management. It helps to understand how to deal with stress during a serious crisis. This knowledge can help to cope with difficult and unexpected situations and prevent developing PTSD or other disorders based on a traumatic event. ”

Karolina R. Psychotherapist, EMDR consultant (Poland)
Karolina R.
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“ With reference to MOOC 1, even if I knew already most of the materials, I found the presentations very interesting while the tips and the attachments are revelatory. With reference to MOOC2, I found a lot of interesting information, in particular about the Management Unit. ”

Dimitris L. Psychiatrist and group analyst, Freelance (Greece)
Dimitris L.

News

Meeting of the Scientific Committee

03/03/2022

Meeting of the Scientific Committee

A meeting of the Psych.E.In. scientific committee took place online – using the Zoom web platform – on 2March 2022. During the scientific committee meeting, the European project partners discussed about the progresses related to the translation – in national languages – of the contents produced in the framework of IO1 – MOOCs. In addition, the European project partners verified the state of art related to the production of the second Intellectual Output, the 2 Toolkits. 


Production of Toolkits

10/01/2022

Production of Toolkits

Psych.E.In. project partners are currently working to the production of the second intellectual output: 2 toolkits providing two different training skills portfolio. Toolkit 1 aims to describe and to offer soft skills to psychologists, psychotherapists and psychoanalysts, helping them to prevent burn out. Toolkit 2 aims to offer coordination skills in Psychological Early Intervention management. 


Psych.E.In. MOOCs are now available

08/12/2021

Psych.E.In. MOOCs are now available

The 2 Massive Open Online Courses are now ready. The contents of each MOOC are structured in Learning Units: for each Unit, learning outcomes are defined in terms of knowledge, skills, competences, tips, and case studies. The final version, integrated by the feedbacks received during the audits organized by each project partner, is available at the following link: https://psychein.pixel-online.org/gp_MOOCs.php.

 


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