WACIT free psychoeducation resources: More frequent than London buses!

This super work is coming to fruition – thanks to Priya today! Of course, this resource is at the heart of the programme and our own hearts. It needed almost three years of sweat and tears with so many of you to be tested, yet look so simple (www.wacit.org) – from the Jakarta orphanages in Bahasa language to the humble school at Nakivale refugee camp in Uganda, people have embraced itsResilience Indonesia principles and used them to help others. Refugee graduates resilience framework:

https://storage.googleapis.com/wzukusers/user-16349011/documents/596e0ca6d375fbXBRkfI/WACIT%20Impact%20of%20Trauma%20on%20Child%20Mental%20Health%20Priya%20Patel.pdf

 

 

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