Items tagged with 'psychological abuse'

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The publication is intended for parents or guardians, but also for all professionals involved in the upbringing of children. The publication contains a theoretical overview of physical punishment and...
Preventing cyber bulling has proven to be significant challenge for social media platforms. However, it seems technology that enables cyber bulling can also be used to prevent it. The artificial...
PIG is an independent project of the Bulgarian director Drago Sholev and will be part of the main competition program of the upcoming Sofia Film Fest. The film tells the story of the thirteen-year-...
Deputies voted unanimously to adopt amendments to the Penal Code that criminalize all forms of domestic violence in Bulgaria. Despite the rejection of the Istanbul Convention, the government has...
About the webinar: Physical abuse or physical harm is often spotted when the children present bruises, burns, cuts and other marks on their bodies and all too often the professionals see these marks...
The training course "Battling homophobia and bullying among youth" will be held by LGBT info center from Serbia, in Novi Sad, Vojvodina, Serbia, 6th-15th April 2018. LGBT youth suffers homophobia,...
The webinar The psychotic response as a defence mechanism and working with children focuses on the use of psychotic defences as a way of coping with intense frustration. Dependent on their parents’...
Below you can see the official invitation by The Bulgarian Association for Psychotherapy for their upcoming event in Sofia, Bulgaria: " Dear colleagues, The Bulgarian Association for Psychotherapy...
Violence against children is widespread, with a recent study estimating that as many as one billion children have been victims of different types of violence only in the last year. This violence has...
Singing to the Lions: A facilitator’s guide to overcoming fear and violence in our lives, is an instructional guide that is best utilized among children and youth who are 11 years old and over, and...

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