Two articles focusing on the issue of trauma and intergenerational transmission were published in the impacted journal Československá psychologie with the dedication of the Visegrad project.
An article about our project was published in Lélekelemzés (Journal of the Hungarian Psychoanalytic Society).
As part of the second phase of the project, the Hungarian side (Katalin Zana and Tihamér Bakó) organized a lecture on Transgenerational Trauma and its Therapy on June 8, 2022, in cooperation with the local Jewish community in Pécs. Transgenerational Atmosphere. It was an open and free event attended by professionals (not only psychologists), members of the Jewish community and others interested in the topic. The number of participants was about 70 people.
An article about our project was published in the journal E-psychologie (an electronic peer-reviewed journal for the professional public, published by the Czech-Moravian Psychological Society).
Information about the project on the website of the
Institute of Ethnology and Social Anthropology of the Slovak Academy of
Sciences in Bratislava.
The first phase of the project was completed, the participating countries introduced themselves, established cooperation and informed about their work with Holocaust survivors and their descendants. The events of the Holocaust in the respective countries were also discussed.
In the next phase of the project, meetings with the public and Jewish communities will be held.
We are currently working on a part of the project called Deliverable 1 (Webinars for partners on transgenerational transmission of trauma and its treatment) in the period 01/01/2022-30/06/2022. Within this part of the project, the Czech side presented its experience with trauma treatment (Michaela Hapalová) and a description of the Rafael Institute and research experience (Marek Preiss) to the collaborating centres twice. There were also presentations from the Hungarian (Katalin Zana and Tihamer Bako) and Slovak sides (Monika Vrzgulová), and the Polish side (Anna Zajenkowska) will also present its experience on 22 June 2022.
We would like to thank Visegrad Funds for supporting a project Transgeneration transfer of Holocaust trauma - prevention and care (Project ID 22120162). We will work with partners from Slovakia, Poland and Hungary to fulfill the project's goals, which are focused on a deeper understanding and exchange of experience with the transgenerational transmission of trauma.
The project is planned for the period January 2022 - March 2024. We will keep you informed about the project activities.