Ongoing voluntary crisis therapy for individuals and groups, guidance, moderation, and supervision of support groups, training courses etc.
Jungian analysts and therapists from Ukraine are doing what they can to voluntarily help and support their compatriots under very difficult conditions, for instance in bomb shelters and other unsafe places.
Jungian analysts from Israel have since the beginning of February offered crisis help to our colleagues in Ukraine, organised by the Liaison Person for the Ukrainian Developing Group (UDG), Batya Brosh Palmoni.
There are at the moment 4 support groups conducted by Israeli colleagues. They have also conducted several webinars for Ukrainian colleagues and recently set up two new groups about abuse of children and women. A group of senior Israeli analysts provides support on working with Trauma From the start of the invasion, Jungian analysts from LAAP, Lithuania have, under the leadership of the IAAP Regional Organiser, Grazina Gudaite, offered guidance, moderation, and supervision for individuals and groups as well as organizing training courses for colleagues from Ukraine. Analysts from the UK have for some time had a long-term supervision project in Ukraine, and now, as they continue it, they are providing the supervisions for free and coordinate a lot of activities for the refugees.
Also, analysts from the Czech Society, Poland, Bulgaria, and many other countries are doing help work for free, not least helping the Ukrainian refugees who escaped to their countries.
In this issue, we introduce the London Umbrella Group, which