Presenters: Mechthild Wenk-Ansohn: Medical Doctor and Psychotherapist, Psycho-traumatology, Supervision, trainings also in the international field
Dr Okba Doghim: Medical Doctor, Trained Supervisor
Bayan Hakki: Psychologist, Supervisor
Ahmad Sheikhani: Psychotherapist, Supervisor, GIZ
Daniela Finkelstein: Coach, Team coach, EASC Licensed Supervisor
Input As our lives get increasingly more saturated by such topics as war, natural catastrophes and other human disasters these topics show up in our working spaces with our clients. This invites many questions for those of us who are not used to working with immediate traumas, life threatening situations and acute loss and grief.
In our next It's EASC Time we will have a panel discussion with practitioners who have gained significant experience in supporting traumatized clients in very difficult situations. What is their learning? How can we prepare for such work? Where are the boundaries and how can they protect them? Where do they find support for themselves?
Please prepare for the event by reflecting on where you are and what would you like to learn from them, what would support you to be more prepared as these topic inch closer and closer to our everyday reality?
Procedure We start with a 20 minutes´ Welcome Round in small groups for exchange and getting to know each other. After the input, there will be time for questions, suggestions, debate and comments.
Linguistic comprehension The plenary presentations will be in English. Translation into German, Czech and Spanish and back into English will be provided. Instructions on how to enter the language box can be found here. We kindly ask the participants with translation needs to inform the office about their coming by 18.04.2023. As for the small groups, together we will ensure language understanding and communication
Data Protection By participating in the event, you agree to the publication of images on social media and our website.
We look forward to your active participation!
Warmest wishes, Susanne Rieger and Amina Eperjesi On behalf of the EASC Board