Symposium on “Working with Families in Cambodia” at RUPP
The Department of Psychology invited professionals from the field of Mental Health to exchange experience and learn from each other during presentations of projects on working with families and clinical application of family therapy from various organizations in Cambodia and international family therapists on December 15 at the Royal University of Phnom Penh (RUPP). Fourth year Bachelor psychology students were listening amongst the audience of psychologists, social workers and project officers to presentations like “Family Dialogue” or “Intergenerational Dialogue”, both addressing the past traumatic experience in Families during the KR. Further topics were “Alternative Care for Children in the Community”, and case presentations from graduates of the DP’s recent training in Family and Systemic Practice. The audience was actively involved with interesting questions and insightful comments. The event was organized by the team of the Master program in “Clinical and Counseling Psychology” together with CPS advisor Bernhild Pfautsch and financially support by the CPS/GIZ.
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