PSYCHOSOCIAL CARE FOR CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS AFTER SEXUAL VIOLENCE

The project “Psychosocial care for children and young people after sexual violence” aims to strengthen the diagnostic and therapeutic skills of psychologists in initial reception centers for survivors of sexual violence in Burundi. Through workshops and support during implementation, they learn to identify particularly psychologically vulnerable children and young people and to carry out a family-oriented intervention. The latter serves to promote the processing of sexual abuse within the family in order to reduce exclusion and stigmatization due to sexual violence. The training and supervision of the psychologists in the initial reception centers is carried out by psychologists who are very experienced in trauma therapy from the Burundian partner organization Psychologues sans Frontieres Burundi.

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19.994,00 €

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