Trauma Relief Project - Ukraine
SUPPORT FOR UKRAINIANS IN UKRAINE AND ELSEWHERE
Solidarity in Times of War - Ukraine
Trauma Relief Project – Ukraine is a non-profit initiative to provide trauma-informed expertise to support Ukrainians and those supporting Ukrainian refugees. Our international experts—facilitators, therapists, coaches, and consultants—dedicate their time to offering trauma-informed care while cultivating safe spaces, resilience-building practices, and collective social witnessing.
Support Calls are open to the public through event registration forms to resource individuals and cultivate social stability. These calls serve as an intervention during the unfolding of events to minimize the increase of collective trauma.
Whether you support Ukrainians or are from Ukraine yourself, please don’t hesitate to contact one of our professional therapists/coaches. All sessions are free of charge. Please fill out the forms provided in three languages.
The Ukraine Support Project is run through donations and volunteer efforts. If you are able to support, please donate here.
1:1 SUPPORT IN YOUR LANGUAGE OF CHOICE
- Confidential support via Video conference or Chat
- In English, Ukrainian, and German
- Free of charge
- Team of 80 professional psychologists and coaches
- Contact us on Telegram: +380 (95) 788 64 28
- Or fill in the form in your language of choice:
A healing impulse for Ukraine - our collective impact
Our capacity to build a community of practice, create spaces of safety and compassion. This is the first step towards a healing movement.
KOSHA JOUBERT, CEO POCKET PROJECT
Every time trauma is healed, we restore a part of our past and make possible a brighter future for ourselves and succeeding generations. We transform separation, othering, and scarcity into relation, interdependence, and abundance.
THOMAS HUEBL, FOUNDER POCKET PROJECT
we Welcome you to our Community,
If you are new to the Trauma Relief Project – Ukraine, we would love to see you attending our ongoing events. Anyone can request a one-on-one session for themselves or their loved ones, even if they do not have refugee status. Please select the form below and tell us more about the individual so we can serve them better. Inquiries and questions can be made to Daria Yemets, Community Moderator via email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Lastly, we invite you to join the Pocket Project Ukrainian Newsletter to stay connected and informed about other resources and community support available through the Pocket Project:
How to Help Ukraine:
Would you like to make a donation to support this initiative? The Pocket Project, a non-profit organization, relies on financial contributions to realize Social Impact Projects such as this vital project in Ukraine. We fundraise resources that allow us to contribute to the healing of collective trauma and to reduce its disruptive effects on our global culture. Every donor is an active participant in the realisation of these aims. Your donation will be directly supporting the Ukrainian people who are working with us. We witness this transformation through the eyes of our participants and expert partners, including Oksana, a valued member of our team. This is what she has to say:
“Every time trauma is healed, we restore a part of our past and make possible a brighter future for ourselves and succeeding generations. We transform separation, othering, and scarcity into relation, interdependence, and abundance.”
– THOMAS HUEBL, FOUNDER POCKET PROJECT
Trauma Relief Project - Ukraine
We are building a global healing impulse that directs its efforts wherever the need is strong. In 2020, through our Covid Aid Project, we directed our volunteer effort to offer 147 calls in English, German, and Spanish, serving 2515 Participants. Since 2022, we have directed our capacity to support Ukrainians and those supporting Ukrainian refugees.
On February 24th, 2022, the citizens of Ukraine were jolted awake by the loud blasts of bombs and missiles. Unfortunately, the war seems to have no end in sight. A rapid cumulative display of crises is changing all of our lives. The Climate Crisis and Corona, now compounded by the War in Ukraine, is re-awakening hidden trauma layers and leading to increased stress, anxiety, and polarization. If we can anchor ourselves and help ground others, we become more able to stay present and respond appropriately to each situation. So far, we are engaging in four subprojects to bring support to Ukrainians.