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Workshop: The impact of trauma on online learning and schools
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Workshop: The impact of trauma on online learning and schools

12 Nov 2020

An economic #crisis, a #pandemic, an #explosion, a revolution... #Students in #Lebanon have been through a lot of traumatic experiences during the past few months.What can parents and caregivers do to protect students’ mental health in these stressful times?  #RedOak is organizing on 19 & 20 November 2020 a free workshop with the support of the International Rescue Committee. For registration:
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Psychosocial group support for women and girls
Psychosocial group support to women and girls affected by the explosion in Beirut

Psychosocial group support for women and girls

07 Nov 2020

Call for all women and girls affected by the Beirut explosion and current circumstances in Lebanon. RedOak is implementing a series of psychosocial group support for women and girls in Beirut with the support of the International Rescue Committee. These activities aim to give us the needed support not only from a specialist but also from a group of people who are going through some of the same conflicts or trauma.Participation is free but places are limited. Reserve your seat. Call us on 76704039دعوة لجميع النساء والفتيات المتأثرات بانفجار بيروت والظروف الحالية في لبنان.تنظم
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Child trauma toolkit for parents and caregivers
After blast psychosocial group support to women and girls, caregivers and children

Child trauma toolkit for parents and caregivers

05 Nov 2020

RedOak is organizing a series of Trauma workshop for parents and caregivers of children affected by the Beirut Explosion and current crisis happening around the country.This workshop training will provide content that enables children to get through the tough traumatic experience, i.e. the traumatic impact of the explosion, but also cumulative toxic stress and potential trauma from the overall situation and context in Lebanon (and how children observe/understand/interpret it): ex. COVID-19, loss of household income/livelihoods, grief and loss, disruption to schooling and routines, unclear
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