Psychosocial Support

In times of crises and disasters, emotional wounds are often overlooked. It is less visible than material losses but it often takes far longer to recover. Therefore, besides physical humanitarian aid, it is imperative to provide psychosocial support. Early psychosocial intervention helps recovery, strengthens community resilience and transforms the affected community into active survivors instead of passive victims.

Learn about the roles and responsibilities of a psychosocial support provider, how to recognise the signs of stress and provide much-needed comfort to others in times of distress.

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PSYCHOSOCIAL SUPPORT COURSES

BEFRIENDER COURSE [BFC]

PSYCHOLOGICAL FIRST AID [PFA]

-        Eligible for AIC grant

ADVANCED PSYCHOLOGICAL FIRST AID [APFA]

COMMUNITY BASED PSYCHOSOCIAL SUPPORT [CBPSS]

CARING FOR STAFF/VOLUNTEER [CSV]

PLANNING FOR PSYCHOSOCIAL SUPPORT ACTIVITIES WORKSHOP

PSYCHOLOGICAL FIRST AID TALK

PSYCHOLOGICAL FIRST WORKSHOP