Haruv Institute - Annual Report 2019


TRAINING PROGRAMS FOR 'THE COMMUNITY ANCHOR' STAFF AND VOLUNTEERS IN BEER SHEBA November – May 2019 The Community Anchor is a youth village for 12-18-year-olds at risk, located in Beer-Sheba. It provides treatment and educational solutions for adolescents at risk. The village operates on the principle of comprehensive treatment continuum, integrating adolescents into the community. In 2019 collaboration with The Haruv Institute continued with two training programs for 65 leading staff members. Training addressed secondary trauma, and coping skills for manifestations of violence and aggression. In addition, a one-day seminar was held for approximately 70 volunteers from the pre-army service year program, who work at the Community Anchor Village. Another program, Garin BaMidbar, addressed the subject of trauma in children exposed to violence.

Number of Sessions: 9 sessions, and a one-day seminar for volunteers

Number of Participants: Total of 135: 65 directors in training programs and 70 volunteers in the one-day seminar.

Location: The Community Anchor Village, Beer-Sheba

Budget: ILS 41,000

Minimizing Risk: A Course for Therapists of Maltreated Children, as Reflected in Jewish Psychology January – March 2019 Partners: The Rotenberg Institute Goal: Provide applicable skills for treating child victims of neglect and abuse, via innovative observation based on Jewish psychology and the doctrines of Prof. Rotenberg. Target Population: Professionals in the fields of therapy and education

Number of Sessions: 10

Number of Participants: 25

Location: The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Mt. Scopus

Budget: ILS 23,000



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