Registration: Psychological First Aid: Helping Others in Times of Stress - Webinar

24

June

3 CEHs
Time: 9:00 AM PST -12:00 PM PST
Location: Online
Presenter: Heather Haslem, MS, NBC-HWC, CWP

This instructor-led course provides a framework for understanding the factors that affect stress responses. The course introduces the principles of psychological first aid and guidelines for when to refer to a Mental Health professional. Learn how to assist individuals in the immediate aftermath of disaster.

Purpose: The purpose of this training is to further understand how and when to provide Psychological First Aid in the immediate aftermath of a disaster event. This training will provide instruction on how to provide basic care, comfort and support to individuals, colleagues, students and community members who are experiencing disaster-related stress.

Learning Objectives:

Upon completion of this workshop, participants will be able to:

  • Recognize the signs of stress in clients, co-workers, students and themselves. [Identify the five early intervention principles].
  • Provide immediate support to people who may be experiencing stress by using psychological first aid principles.
  • Describe the 8 strategies (Core Actions) of psychological first aid.
  • Adapt psychological first aid in diverse settings with different populations (clients, students, colleagues, community members).
  • Obtain Disaster Mental Health support for clients, students, co-workers, community members and themselves, when needed.

Audience:  Licensed behavioral health professionals in Nevada, Washoe County School District Faculty, Staff and Personnel & Parents and Community Members

Prerequisites:  None

 

Registration for this training is currently closed..