International supervision in Moldova

In November 2009 National Center for Child Abuse Prevention organised international supervisions for psychologists from temporary placement centres and residential institutions in Moldova. Invited expert, Ausra Kuriene from Lithuania, spoke about psychological intervention and psychotherapy in case of child abuse.

SAFE®Mentor training in Vilnius

In November 2009 professionals from Latvia, Poland and Lithuania gathered in Vilnius to participate in international supervision - SAFE® Mentor training - organised by Children Support Centre, partner in Childhood without Abuse Project. The supervision was run by Dr. Karl-Heinz Brisch from Munich. SAFE®Mentor trainings are designed to prepare professionals to organise and run SAFE® Parent programmes promoting secure attachment in their own working environments.

Local supervision for foster parents in Torun, Poland

In April 2009 in Torun the Nobody's Children Foundation organized supervision for foster families "Professional assistance to abuse child placed in alternative care". The supervision was run by the Nobody's Children Foundation's expert Jolanta Zmarzlik. Foster parents participating in it discussed their difficulties in providing care to children who suffered abuse and how to react appropriately in cases when the abused is revealed.

Supervision on interdisciplinary cooperation in Riga

In October 2008 supervision with professor Margaret Lynch from UK was held in Riga. It was organized by Center Against Abuse "Dardedze" in the frame of Childhood without Abuse Project.
The supervision focused on the issue of interdisciplinary approach in child protection. The topics raised covered such issues as deciding what is harmful to children and what is actually child protection; why and how we must and can work together as professionals representing different fields of child protection; what are roles and responsibilities of different professionals and sectors throughout child protection process.