It has been very busy and intensive month for ILDC team.
ILDC has conducted 9 trainings in regions of Ukraine including Kiev city.

Few words about 3 of 9:

Effective Trauma Therapy and Attachment Disorders

 For the first time we conducted training on subject Effective Trauma Therapy and Attachment Disorders. It was 3 days training and it was conducted by Ronda Weber Ph.D licensed clinical psychologist and licensed clinical social worker. Over 30 people came to the training. The participants had lots of question and sometimes even after the training people stayed longer to talk to the trainer. We received very good feedback from the participants. As well it gave us understanding that there is indeed an urgent and growing need for post adoption training in Ukraine. Adoptive and foster parents are literally hungry for any information that could be useful to them in solving their problems that they are facing these days. We were really glad to partner with Ronda Weber and we hope that this partnership will continue.

Leadership and management in NGOs Training 4th Module “Professional Staff Development”

We continue to train leaders from different NGO’s and government agency. The group is promptly moving to the finish line. We are excited for them and for the their future as go back to their organizations and apply skills and knowledge that they have received that this training. They did a great job during the training and showed great confidence that they could do their best for their organizations to be successful. Next week will do last 5th module for this group. After the training everyone will receive a certificate on completion of the program.

Stress, Anger and Self-control

Our office was literally packed with participants of this training. 5 pm is usual time when the training is over and everyone leaves but not this time. Participants did not live until 6 pm. Everyone enjoyed hearing Lynn Johnston and the way he held the training. A lot of useful information and practical examples were very appreciated by the participants.

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