Military psychologist Andrii Kozinchuk: We have lots of great specialists, but there is no system

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The war has divided Ukrainian society into those who are fighting at the frontlines and those who are in the rear, those who have been forced to leave the country and those who remain under missile attacks in Ukraine, those who are still having fun and those who disapprove of it. But we all live in wartime. Military psychologist Andrii Kozinchuk explained how Ukrainians find understanding, deal with soldiers, and overcome stress in an interview with RBC-Ukraine. – What does the work of a military psychologist involve in times of war? – The work of a military psychologist is divided into thre…

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