Alternative Care in Albania [ChildHub Webinar in Albanian]

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Date of webinar: 
30 Oct 2017
Start and finish time of webinar: 
10:30 am - 12:00
Lecturer: 
Dr. Anila Sulstarova
Organisation/Provider/Organiser: 
Terre des Hommes Albania

The next online webinar in Albanian is dedicated to alternative care in Albania, a topic particularly important for professionals in the social field, and specifically those involved with in child protection.

The webinar will address issues related to clarifying the concept of the Alternative Care Service in general and more specifically in the context of our protection system, the implementation of the prevention and restoration situation assessment, the guiding principles for the implementation of the service (in the framework of UN guidelines, the obligations to be met by our state in this context) as well as the current situation and where it is going.

About the presenter:

Dr. Anila Sulstarova has been trained as a professional at the Faculty of Social Sciences, where she has completed Bachelor, Master and Doctorate studies. She is a pedagogue in the Department of Pedagogy and Psychology since 2005, teaching subjects such as Family Therapy, Art and play therapy, Attachment Pathologies.

Dr. Sulstarova is a clinical psychologist since 2001 at the Bethany Social Services Clinic. The disorders she treats are: anxiety in children and adults; different phobias in children and adolescents; panic attacks on children, adolescents and adults; attachement pathologies; treatment of persons with avidance disorder personality; histrionic and addicted. Moreover, she has been part of development of some national strategies in the field of social services. She is also an external expert at several international and national organizations such as UNICEF, Save the Children, Terres des Homes and CRCA.

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