The camp for children in social apartments with individualized interventions based on TBRI principles just ended. See here how it was! (video)

The camp was organized in partnership with the Anchor of Hope Association for nearly 40 children from the protection system and we pursued an individualized intervention with a volunteer for each child in order to effectively address the emotional development as well as sensory processing therapies.

Interventions were based on Trust-Based Relational Intervention® (TBRI) methodology and aimed to increase their capacity to recognize and manage emotions, express feelings through arts and games, as well as develop their social integration capacity by assuming the basic TBRI principles (no hurts, have respect, stick together) – prerequisites for the golden rule – “have fun”!

Below is a short video along with the comments of some of our volunteers (please note there is an English subtitle – click on the corresponding icon if not shown):

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