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Expert discussion on How journalists/newsrooms should take care of mental health and corporate communications: asymmetric solutions

Souspilnist Foundation, with the support of Detector Media, Internews Ukraine and the Independent Media Council invites journalists, editors and other media community representatives from across Ukraine to participate in the expert discussion.

The experts will talk about how journalists/newsrooms should take care of mental health and corporate communications.

The discussion will be held in Zoom on November 27 at 12:00.

During the meeting, the media experts, psychologists and psychotherapists will share their experience and talk about the challenges that affect mental health and are most frequently faced by journalists in their professional work; how journalists should “be on fire” but not come apart or burn out; real efficient practices helping maintain mental health in the newsrooms; mental recovery methods and maintaining mental health during quarantine; approaches to building corporate communications aimed to not harm, overcome stigma, and support one another.

The invited speakers include:

  • Marharyta Tulup, free-lance journalist working on the guide on covering mental health in the media,
  • Khrystyna Kolesnyk, psychologist, head of UCU’s Mental Health in Organizations program,
  • Anastasiia Nizhnik, psychotherapist, author of the course in caring about mental health in organizations,
  • Olena Diveyeva-Ostrovska, CBT psychotherapist, founder of the Psychotherapy and Personality Development Center “Inner Surfing”,
  • Mariia Zhartovska, independent journalist,
  • Anhelina Kariakina, UA:PBC media manager,
  • Mariia Pysarenko, correspondent at Channel 5,
  • Nataliia Onysko, co-editor of the Nashi Hroshi.Lviv project.

Registration required:, till 10:00 on November 27.

For more information, call 067 444 56 80, 044 483 03 72 or write to

This event is made possible with the support of USAID-funded Media Program in Ukraine, implemented by Internews and with the help of private patrons.