The Day Center for the “Psychosocial Support of Minor Refugees and Immigrants aged 6-15 years” of ZEUXIS is a model space for holistic intervention and interdisciplinary framework of minor refugees and immigrants, which operates in two axes:
on the one hand, through the provision of psychological diagnosis and support by a clinical psychologist, on the other hand, through the inclusion of the beneficiary children in the non-formal education program, an attempt is made to make their inclusion in school smoother and easier, as well as the development of cognitive and emotional their skills.
At the same time, with health education workshops with children, as well as with individual and group therapeutic and psychoeducational sessions with themselves and their parents, we aim to heal the consequences of the restrictive measures that – like all of us – experienced by the refugee / immigrant community, in the development of resilience of children and parents in similar situations, as well as in information and education for the prevention of diseases.
The Psychosocial Service at the Day Center will operate Monday to Friday, offering: • Psychological assessment and monitoring of minors with a refugee / immigrant background • Psychosocial support of their families with individual and group interventions • Psycho-educational activities / groups
PUBLIC RECEPTION HOURS Monday – Friday, 10 am – 2 pm
The provision of psychosocial support services is always done by appointment following a) sending a referral form from an institution or b) request at the beneficiary parent himself (walk in).
To refer an incident to the Psychosocial Service, you can: Fill in the attached referral form and send it to [email protected] Once we have completed the referral form, we will contact you to suggest the first available date for the R / V.