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Advanced Training Manual on Psychosocial Follow up – ATIA 2015

By 15 June 2022April 19th, 2024 ,  

Since the training contents are difficult to grasp for the social workers, sessions were planned every two weeks to help them assimilate the notions. As for the order of the psychosocial tools to be processed, we started from the less involving and personal (i.e. the genogram: the counselor is the one who draw it and both the counselee and the counselor can focus on its descriptive function if they want to avoid any emotional involvement) to the most personal tool (i.e. the time lifeline, which focuses on the personal feelings and the past history of the counselee).


Advanced training on Psychosocial Follow up – ZIP




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