Psychological assistance to the victims of the war
In December 2022, the Institute of Cognitive Modeling, together with UNDP, launched a project to provide free psychological consultations to people affected by the war.
The project operates on the basis of the existing all-Ukrainian multi-format project «Tell Me», which was launched by ICM in March 2020.
Who can get help with the project:
- people who have left the zone of active military actions and/or territories temporarily not controlled by Ukraine;
- people who are/were under occupation;
- people who lost their loved ones due to the war;
- victims of violence, etc.
The project team consists of psychologists who have received additional training under the international protocols of the mhGAP program for the elimination of mental health problems (developed with the participation of the World Health Organization).
To receive a free psychological consultation, you have to:
– go to the «Tell me» platform website and click on the «Ask for help» button;
– fill out a short questionnaire (confidentiality guaranteed);
– briefly describe your request and choose a comfortable date for the session.
The project on providing free psychological consultations to people who were under occupation/affected during the war, based on the already existing all-Ukrainian multi-format project «Tell me», is being implemented by the NGO «Institute of Cognitive Modeling» within the framework of the UNDP project «EU for Dialogue: Strengthening Ukraine’s resilience to response for the urgent needs of the central and local authorities, as well as the population that suffered as a result of the war» with the financial support of the European Union (EU).