Conclusions of the 3rd EAPAP European Conference about alienation: Participants assessed that this conference is the beginning of a reform in harmonizing the best practices for dealing with alienation cases

Conclusions of the 3rd EAPAP European Conference about alienation: Participants assessed that this conference is the beginning of a reform in harmonizing the best practices for dealing with alienation cases

For the past three days, Croatia had hosted the 3rd European Conference with International Participation of EAPAP (European Association of Parental Alienation Practitioners), organized by the Zagreb Child and Youth Protection Center in the form of a webinar.
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INFOGRAPHICS: About the alienation of the child from the parents from a clinical perspective (Second day of the 3rd EAPAP European Conference)

INFOGRAPHICS: About the alienation of the child from the parents from a clinical perspective (Second day of the 3rd EAPAP European Conference)

Alienation from a clinical perspective was the topic of the second day of the 3rd European Conference with International Participation of EAPAP (European Association of Parental Alienation Practitioners), organized by the Zagreb Child and Youth Protection Center which will last by September 18, 2020 in the form of webinars with over 400 experts from around the world.
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The 3rd EAPAP European Conference with International Participation started this morning

The 3rd EAPAP European Conference with International Participation started this morning

The 3rd EAPAP (European Association of Parental Alienation Practitioners) European Conference with International Participation began this morning. It is organized by the Zagreb Child and Youth Protection Center and will last until September 18, 2020 in the form of a webinar. The introductory speech of the conference was given by the our director, professor Gordana Buljan Flander, PhD, who greeted 400 registered participants - experts, practitioners and scientists: 
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How to make it easier for children to return to school during the COVID-19 pandemic?

How to make it easier for children to return to school during the COVID-19 pandemic?

On September 1st, 2020, the psychologist of the Zagreb Child and Youth Protection Center,  Krešimir Prijatelj held a lecture "How to facilitate return to school in the current circumstances" in the "Prica" Gallery of the Samobor Public School, in which he presented the psychological aspects of current recommendations and measures of competent institutions for children, parents and carers and the consequences of the pandemic on the mental health of children and young people.
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Croatian Radiotelevision: “If we don’t take care of how the children are now, we will have much bigger difficulties and problems with them than their school success”

Croatian Radiotelevision: “If we don’t take care of how the children are now, we will have much bigger difficulties and problems with them than their school success”

Psychologist of the Zagreb Child and Youth Protection Center, Ella Selak Bagarić was a guest on the show "Pogled preko granice" ("View across the border") on HTV on September 1, 2020, and the topic of conversation was the beginning of the school year in a situation of corona crisis. "Coronavirus, migrant crisis, and now this stress before the school year, is it all too much for students and their parents and students?", was the first question to which the psychologist of our Center answered:
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