Specialists from the General Directorate for Child Protection (DGPDC) have been trained in the Program for Improving Relationships for Separated Parents

On Tuesday, the Program for Improving Family Relationships for Separated Parents (divorced) was launched at an event attended by the Deputy Mayor in charge, Angela Cutasevici.

The three-day training session, which is part of the Project for Technical Assistance “Consolidating the Child Protection System, Including Social Services for Children,” implemented by the municipality through the General Directorate for Child Protection with the support of UNICEF, aims to equip 25 employees, including psychologists from Day Centers for Children at Risk, psychologists from the DGPDC, lawyers from various sectors, and DGPDC sector chiefs, with the knowledge and skills to better address cases of separation and divorce.

The training session, which began on the same day as the program launch, covers a wide range of topics, including the impact of divorce on former partners and children, techniques used by specialists to intervene in separation and divorce cases, psychological assistance and intervention in the context of the subject matter, parent-child attachment relationships, and important elements of co-parenting relationships.

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This training is part of a series of 12 training programs under the Project for Technical Assistance “Consolidating the Child Protection System, Including Social Services for Children,” implemented by the Municipality of Chisinau through the General Directorate for Child Protection with the support of UNICEF. The programs are developed and delivered by the Institute for Family and Social Initiatives Association. The training takes place within a public application contract.

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