Treating Victims of War, Oppression & Trauma + Preventing Activist Burnout Workshop Series with Dr. Joel Vos PhD.

Today, two billion people are directly affected by conflict, violence or wars. 84 million people...

Last updated 3 May 2024

Today, two billion people are directly affected by conflict, violence or wars. 84 million people have been forced to flee their homes. One in five individuals in conflict zones experiences severe mental health prbolems.

Course Content

Treating Victims of War, Oppression & Trauma + Preventing Activist Burnout Workshop Series with Dr. Joel Vos PhD.

Presenter

Joel Vos

Dr Joel Vos PhD MSc MA CPsychol FHEA is a psychologist, philosopher, author, researcher, lecturer, and existential therapist. He works as Senior Researcher and Senior Lecturer at the Metanoia Institute in London, United Kingdom. His research focuses on topics around meaning in life, social justice, social movements, social and political change, and the effectiveness of humanistic and existential therapies. He is director of the IMEC International Meaning Events & Community which organises annual conferences, workshops, training, and cultural events (meaning.org.uk). He has over 100 publications, including the books ‘Meaning in Life: an evidence-based handbook for practitioners’ (MacMillan, 2017), ‘Mental health in crisis’ (Sage, 2019), ‘The economics of meaning in life’ (University Professors Press, 2020), and ‘The psychology of COVID-19’ (Sage, 2020).