Haruv Institute - Annual Report 2016 - Summary

diagnosing and assessing trauma; the principles of CPP and the principles of trauma intervention; consultancy sessions focusing on case presentations, etc.

5. Conference on the subject: Seeking Help for Children at Risk, for senior counselors at the Psychological Counseling Service (SHEFY) The aim of the conference was to promote activism among the educational staff when seeking help for children at risk in general, and maltreated children in particular. The keynote lecture was given by Gil Noam from Harvard University, U.S.A., who presented a unique tool, the “Holistic Student Assessment” for class mapping of students according to at-risk groups. With this tool, the homeroom teacher will know which students need his help and support, even if they didn’t approach him directly. Prof. Noam’s lecture was followed by a response from Einav Locke, head of the Assistance and Prevention Programs Department, SHEFY, the Education Ministry, who presented the ministry’s view on this subject.

Conference on the subject of children-at-risk who seek help, for senior counselors of SHEFY, the Psychological Counseling Service, December 7, 2016

Prof. Yaacov Yablon, Deputy Director of the School of Education and Head of the Department for Teacher Training at Bar-Ilan University, gave a lecture on “Students who sought help from the school services following at-risk situations” Prof. Asher Ben-Arieh, CEO of the Haruv Institute, lectured on “Maltreated children: Characteristics and the situation today”.


The Haruv Institute : A Snapshot of 2016 Activities

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