Training of Psychological Assistance Techniques for Humanity

Posted January 21st, 2020 in Capacity Building, Events, Gallery, News, Regular, Training

Disasters come that never know the time, suddenly able to provide psychological and social (psychosocial) impacts widely for individuals, families and survivors. The role of humanitarian teams who understand and are skilled systematically and professionally in dealing with the psychosocial effects of survivors is increasingly needed. The Psychological First Aid (PFA) Program is a series of basic care skills that are practical in order to reduce the negative effects of stress after critical events such as disasters. PFA is useful for strengthening survivors and being able to adapt quickly to post-disaster changes. Therefore IMZ DD Corporate University invites humanitarian institutions and activists to have understanding and skills in providing PFA to disaster survivors. How to identify various kinds of disturbances experienced by individuals during disasters? What is the PFA framework and steps? What are the psychosocial assistance techniques in the response to disaster recovery?

1. Disasters and psychological and social impacts
2. Framework and stages of PFA
3. PFA Competence
4. PFA assistance techniques in the response to recovery
5. PFA Simulation

Day, Date: Thursday, 6 February 2020
Time: 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. WIB
Location: Umar Usman Campus Jakarta

- Maya Sita Darlina, M.Sc. psychologist
GM Human Capital Knowledge Management Dompet Dhuafa
- Ricky Firmansyah
Chairperson of the Indonesian Mental Health Foundation

IDR 750,000

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