FGIP has been working in Ukraine for more than thirty years and has a huge community of friends and colleagues there. FGIP is doing everything possible to help them during these difficult times.
FGIP maintains a presence in the US as GIP-USA.
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Semyon Gluzman is the president and founder of the Ukrainian Psychiatric Association, founder of the American-Ukrainian Bureau for Human Rights, director of the International Medical Rehabilitation Center for the Victims of War and Totalitarian Regimes, a member of the Council of Experts under the Ukraine’s Ministry of Labor and Social Policy. He also is co-chairperson of the Babi Yar Committee and former dissident and political prisoner.
My name is Tatyana Dergach, and I am coordinating psychiatrist of the Ukrainian penitentiary service. I am originally from Donetsk, but was forced to flee when the war started there in 2014. Now I had to flee again, and I am currently in Western Ukraine, helping my country to defend itself against the foreign aggressor.
A message from Irina Pinchuk, Doctor of Science (Medicine), Professor, Director of the Institute of Psychiatry of Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, Head of the International Addiction Technology Transfer Center.