Search

Mens Sana trains more than 40 psychologists and social workers in Cyprus.

What an incredible mission in Cyprus. More than 40 people trained in 3 days. The staff we have been lucky to meet and train do admirable and incredible work. We hope that our scientific methods will contribute to their activities and increase their impact even more.

Special thank you to Hope for children to host us and work together with Mens Sana. Also, we would like to thank you to the Cyprus Refugee Council for joining us during one of our sessions.


Hope for Children’s shelter is a place for minors to find security, assistance and relief; in other words, a safe haven for young refugees and a place they might even call home. The Cyprus Refugee Council has multiple activities including helping refugees that have been tortured, experienced gender-based violence and other programs to help affected members of the refugee community in Cyprus.


Working with NGO’s such as these helps us expand our reach; empowering these women and men operating within these structures will not make an impact for a day or a week, but hopefully for many months and years to come. "Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day. Teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime.” Chinese proverb


Supported by

  • Mens Sana (NGO)
  • Mens Sana (NGO)