Haruv Institute - Annual Report 2019


ONE-DAY SEMINARS AT BEIT-RUTH GIRLS' VILLAGE February 13, June 24 and December 1, 2019 The Haruv Institute collaborates with Beit-Ruth girls' village on adolescent victims of abuse and neglect. Seminars addressed the following topics: Characteristics of adolescent boys at risk and treatment methods, recurring victimhood, characteristics and implications of post-trauma parenting Partners: Beit-Ruth Girls' Village Goals varied: The February seminar dealt with characteristics of adolescent boys at risk, as opposed to girls, and the importance of understanding these characteristics in ascertaining how to best work with the youths. The June seminar addressed learning and understanding repeated victimhood in adolescent girls at risk. The December seminar was devoted to the different aspects of professional coping with daily exposure to difficult content in their work with abused and neglected children. Target Population: Professionals from the northern region

Number of Participants: Total of 240 in three study days

Location: Beit Rut Girls' Village, Afula

Budget: ILS 30,000

Haruv Children's Campus Annual One-Day Seminar: Spheres of Coping - The Professional in a Maltreated Child's World Partners: The Hebrew University of Jerusalem Goal: Alleviate even slightly professionals’ coping with routine proximity to maltreated children’s traumas, and discuss the various aspects of their daily exposure to difficult content. Target Population: Professionals in the field of maltreated children

Number of Participants: Approximately 100 professionals from all parts of Israel

Location: The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Mt. Scopus campus

Budget: ILS 16,000



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