Posted on: 27 October 2022

Millay Vann, the Team Manager of our Woodfield Trauma Service, Westminster Mental Health Services, writes:

"Earlier this year CNWL’s Woodfield Road Trauma Service contributed to a European Association of Behavioural and Cognitive Therapies (EABCT), which was to promote best clinical working practice when offering psychological therapy for Refugees and Asylum Seekers with post traumatic stress disorder. This was a webinar that was shared across EABCT over Europe.

"Since the original training, EABCT is now translating our workshop into all European languages (starting with Romanian, then Polish, then the rest) as part of the response to Ukraine but also as part of a more general idea to upskill Europe to work with refugees. They are funding the translation and then a few supervision sessions from members of our team in our own time. 

Here is a EABCT website screenshot. website screen shot

You can find out more about the service in this news piece here