Psychosocial Support and Community Wellness

Taking Focusing With You on a Bus

Psychosocial Support and Community Wellness | Posted on June 8, 2019 | Author Pat Omidian

I am working with Pat Omidian to train refugee workers and administrators in Uganda to improve their psychosocial work and incorporate aspects of Focusing into daily life.  We are teaching this course online. One session was about reflecting on what we are experiencing in a […]

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Practical Listening

Psychosocial Support and Community Wellness | Posted on February 26, 2019 | Author Pat Omidian

Communication can be a problem at the best of times, with us all living in different time zones and some of us traveling for long periods of time and checking in from ever more distant and shifting time zone addresses in a multitude of countries.

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Short Sessions Make a Difference

Psychosocial Support and Community Wellness | Posted on January 21, 2019 | Author mJD7649

This is one of nine articles from our recent Journal: Resilience Initiatives.  A donation of any amount will give you the complete e-Journal.  Please click here. I have volunteered to work with Afghan refugees for three years now. One of my clients came to me, […]

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Balance of Blessings

Psychosocial Support and Community Wellness | Posted on June 25, 2018 | Author mJD7649

Pat Omidian discusses ‘Balance of Blessings”, from Reaching Resilience. We need to recognize that, even in the worst situations, there are good things in our lives.  Please click here to help us bring this work to more communities.

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Carrying Relationships Forward

Psychosocial Support and Community Wellness | Posted on June 10, 2018 | Author Pat Omidian

Join Lynn and Charlotte on November 15, 2016. In this video they explain their upcoming workshop and how they will explore how we can sense into our relationships as well as ourselves, and the other. We will show how giving voice to all three dimensions (the […]

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Listening To Orphans in Pakistan: Pat Omidian brings CWF to teachers and staff

Psychosocial Support and Community Wellness | Posted on May 21, 2018 | Author mJD7649

Just outside of the city of Peshawar in the northwestern Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province of Pakistan is an orphanage, actually a residential boarding school with 180 boys, ages 5-12, who had lost their fathers and were street beggars. The facility, called Zamung Kor, Pukhtu for ‘Our […]

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