Webinar "Everything will be fine. we are together ”- 2
On October 22, at 18:00, the Media Center held a webinar on the psychological wounds left by the war and how to overcome them.

The webinar was conducted by Mane Hakobyan, Candidate of Psychological Sciences, Associate Professor, Psychologist, Psychotherapist.

People in the war zone, under bomb blasts, staying in bomb shelters for days are in a difficult psychological state. Even in relative calm, when there are no explosions, they subconsciously hear the sounds of war, even equating the knock on the door with the sound of a bomb. What psychological tools are there that can enable a person to find a way out of this seemingly hopeless situation, to try to manage natural fears?

Wounded soldiers, who have seen many dangers and losses that they can not talk about, return from the battlefield in silence and more mature than their age. What psychological work should be done with them?

There are many children from Artsakh in Armenia now. Psychologists work with them. What are some key issues that you think need to be addressed quickly and professionally so as not to leave wounds or heavy memories in the world of children?

What to do with their parents, especially their mothers, who are overwhelmed and sometimes irritable?

During the webinar, the psychologist addressed all these questions and not only. 

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