In April 2013, a group of mental health professionals from Penang held a workshop using the Chinese version of the Teaching Recovery Technique Manual. Read more »
Health professionals told our trainers that Syrian children had survived the most terrible situations and suffered from post traumatic symptoms as a consequence. Read more »
We have updated our reference lists concerning children who experience war, trauma and disasters.
We are delighted to announce that Children and War Foundation has been recognised as a charity in the UK for tax purposes. Read more »
The Children and War Foundation will hold two trainings to help affected young people in Syrian refugee camps. Read more »
An Australian study has found Children’s Revised Impact of Event Scale (CRIES) useful to identify children who require further assessment or intervention. Read more »
More school counsellors have been trained in Teaching Recovery Techniques in Palestine. Read more »
Iranian artist M.Mehdi Karimi who sings about children of war, has kindly given us permission to post his songs on our website.
The Board has decided to support a phase two of a pilot project in Palestine. Read more »
The Teaching Recovery Techniques manual (TRT) has the “potential to ameliorate children’s trauma symptoms during situations of ongoing violence”, is the conclusion of an article on one of our Palestine projects. Read more »