Registration for the online session “Journalism and Psychology of Stress” is open

Internews invites you to the online session “Journalism and the Psychology of Stress”.

Many editorial teams are experiencing professional burnout during the coronavirus pandemic. The journalists found themselves in extreme working conditions. Some of them have suffered a coronavirus infection, which noticeably affected their well-being and psychological state.

In this regard, since August, within the framework of the Media-K project, Internews in the Kyrgyz Republic is launching a series of online meetings with professional psychologists for journalists and editors.

The first meeting will take place on August 14 from 15.00 at 17.30 Bishkek time.

It will be held Natalia Lomonosova (Ukraine) – TV presenter, television expert-psychologist, founder of the Institute of Hypnosis and Psychotherapy in Kiev, scientific secretary of the Ukrainian Society of Hypnosis.

Natalia is a practicing psychologist with 20 years of experience, VR-therapist, linguist, specialist in group psychotherapy and socio-psychological training, trainer of educational programs.

During the session, participants will receive answers to the following questions:

  • What are stress and anxiety and their symptoms?

  • What problems can constant stress lead to?

  • How to understand what is happening to a person and how to deal with stress and anxiety?

  • How can you be guaranteed to find peace of mind by mastering the emergency self-help technique for panic attacks?

To participate in the online session, you must register by 13.00 on August 13 HERE

Selected participants will receive an identification number and password to participate in the Zoom conference to the email address specified in the application.

For all questions, please contact Valentina Galich at the email address: [email protected]

USAID funded Media Independence Initiative (Media-K) project and is implemented by the Representative Office of Internews in Kyrgyzstan in partnership with FHI360. It aims to increase the professionalism and independence of the media, which will improve citizens’ access to a variety of information.


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