Regent University Trains Trauma Counselors to Make an Impact in Ukraine


As the Russian invasion of Ukraine intensifies, so does the trauma for its citizens.

For nearly a decade Regent University in Virginia Beach, VA has been working with the government, churches, and universities to train counselors in Ukraine.

With millions suffering there, many say the work is “needed now more than ever.”

“We started in 2012 when I first came to Regent as a new faculty and we had an invitation from a private Christian school to educate pastoral counselors at that time, Christian counselors,” said Dr. Olya Zaporozhets, a native of Ukraine and associate professor for Regent’s School of Psychology and Counseling.

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