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Second transnational meeting
27/04/2021

Second transnational meeting

The second meeting took place online – using the Zoom web platform – on 26 and 27 April 2021During the second meeting, the European project partners finalized the structure of the first Intellectual Output, the MOOCs to be addressed to psychologists, psychotherapists and psychoanalysts. The templates for the production of MOOC’ contents have been finalized and approved.

 


First communication committee meeting
07/04/2021

First communication committee meeting

The first communication committee meeting took place online – using the Zoom web platform – on 7 April 2021. During this meeting, project partners staff, involved in the communication process, have been discussing and approving the communication plan, designed in order to identify the channels and the tools to be used in order to guarantee a proper communication of project activities and results.

 


Project brochure
08/03/2021

Project brochure

The Psych.E.In. project brochure is now available. It contains some general information about: the project (funding programme, partnership, link to the website), the reference context, the aims and the intellectual outputs to be produced. The project brochure is available and downloadable at the following link: https://psychein.pixel-online.org/brochure.php.

 


New contractual partner
18/02/2021

New contractual partner

A new contractual partner, University of Presov (SK), officially entered the Psych.E.In. consortium, substituting the previous Slovakian partner, Modrý anjel tím krízovej intervencie n.o. Thanks to the experience developed by its Institute of Psychology, University of Presov will be actively involved in the production of the 3 Intellectual Outputs of the Psych.E.In. project.

 


Second scientific committee meeting
27/01/2021

Second scientific committee meeting

The second scientific committee meeting took place online – using the Zoom web platform – on 27 January 2021. During the second scientific committee meeting, the European project partners discussed about the progresses related to the production of the assigned modules within the 2 MOOCS. This meeting represented an interesting opportunity to exchange their knowledge about psychological early intervention and to define the next milestones for the production of the MOOCs contents.

 


First scientific committee meeting
18/12/2020

First scientific committee meeting

The first scientific committee meeting took place online – using the Zoom web platform – on 18 December 2020. During the first scientific committee meeting, the European project partners finalized the redistribution of modules to be produced in the framework of 2 MOOCs (Massive Online Open Courses) addressed to psychologists, psychotherapists and psychoanalysts in an emergency trans-theoretical prospective as well as VET trainers of psychologists, psychotherapists and psychoanalysts 

 


First transnational meeting
01/12/2020

First transnational meeting

The kickoff meeting took place online – using the Zoom web platform – on 30 November and 1 December 2020. During the kickoff meeting, the European project partners introduced themselves as well as their project’s related experiences and expertise. The main activities to be carried out were presented, with a specific focus on the MOOCs to be addressed to psychologists, psychotherapists and psychoanalysts. 

 


Psych.E.In. Project
01/10/2020

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.