Seven days Psychosocial Support Training for Community based Psychosocial Workers (CPSW) in Rasuwa

Training date: First Group: 7-13th  March 2017                     Venue: Bidur Second Group: 22-28th  March,  2017            Venue: Dunche  Transcultural Psychosocial Organization (TPO) Nepal had conducted 7-Day Psychosocial support & care training in groups for Rasuwa district. All together 22 CPSW were trained for seven days from dhunche, Syafrubesi, Goljung and Dadagaun VDC  in Dhunche and CPSW […]

Suicide Prevention training for Counsellors@ Sindhupalchowk

With the support of Australain Aid TPO Nepal is conducting program named “Provide Psychosocial Support to Community to Prevent Suicide in Sindhupalchowk.” As the project activity five days training for psychosocial counsellors of Sindhupalchowk were organized from 26-30 March in Hotel Langtang, Chautara. The training was focused on dealing with cases of suicide. Counsellors were […]

6 Months Psychosocial counseling Training

युनिसेफको सहयोगमा बहुसांस्कृतिक मनोसामाजिक सँस्था नेपाल ( टि. पी. ओ.नेपाल) द्वारा संचालन गरिरहेको महिला तथा बालबालिका कार्यालयद्वारा संचालित मनोसामाजिक सहयोग केन्द्र स्थापनार्थ सहयोग कार्यक्रम अन्र्तगत ६ महिने मनोसामाजिक मनोविमर्श तालिम सम्पन्न भएको छ । मिती २०७३/१२/२९मा सम्पन्न समापन समारोहलाई महिला तथा बालबालिका बिभागका महानिर्देशक नरेश कुमार चापागाईले सम्बोधन गर्नु भएको थियो । ‘सामान्य तथा विपतको […]

TRE at Nalinchowk,Bhaktapur

TRE (Trauma/Tension Release Exercise) is an innovative series of exercises that assist the body in releasing deep muscular patterns of stress, tension and trauma. Created by Dr. David Berceli, PhD, TRE is designed to be a self-help tool that once learned, can be used as needed, throughout one’s life, thereby continuously supporting and promoting personal […]

Training of Basic Psychosocial Skills to Health Workers, Protection (Frontline) Workers and Teachers

A two day psychosocial support training for teachers (10th-11th August 2015), funded by UNICEF, was held in Hetauda, Makwanpur. In total, 22 people received training (5 supervisors and 17 teachers) and were trained on how to provide psychosocial support to children during and after (natural) disasters with the aim that children can feel safe and […]

Mental health and psychosocial support training to non-prescribers (health workers)

TPO Nepal under the financial support of International Medical Corps has been implementing the ‘Integration of mental health and psychosocial support services in primary health care facilities and community settings in the post-earthquake context of affected districts in Nepal’. With an objective of early identification, provision of  basic psychosocial and emotional support, facilitation of self-help […]

Training of Basic Psychosocial Skills to Health Workers and Protection (Frontline) Workers

In response to the recent earthquake, a three day basic psychosocial health worker training (July 30-August 1) funded by UNICEF (United Nations International Children Education Fund) was conducted in Hetauda, Makwanpur. These health workers consisted of twenty one FCHVs (Female Community Health Volunteers) and ANMs (Auxiliary Nurse Midwives).   The main objective of this training was […]

Training on Basic Psychosocial Skills to Protection Workers

With total 22 participants from different NGO’s and government office 3 days Training on Basic Psychosocial Skills to protection workers was conducted at Hetauda, Makwanpur. The training was inaugurated by Chief, Women Development Officer of Makwanpur district. The training was conducted under the financial assistance of UNICEF 2nd August, 2015 to 4th August, 2015. The […]

Health Prof. Training In Banke & Makwanpur Districts

In coordination with Ministry of Health and Population, TPO Nepal carried out Seven days basic psychosocial care and support training under the Combating Trafficking in Persons (CTIP) Project to the community level health professionals especially Auxiliary Nurse Midwife (ANM) and Female Community Health Volunteer (FCHV). The training has been conducted in two events & two […]

MhGAP-HIG Training of Trainers and Supervisors (TOTS), July 5-8 Kathmandu

It has been three months since the first of multiple devastating earthquakes hit Nepal killing more than 8000 people and affecting the lives of 8 million. Health workers throughout the earthquake-affected regions have reported patients presenting with nightmares, difficulty sleeping, fear of staying indoors, and a range of bodily complaints including headaches, heart palpitations, and […]