Psychosocial Support IFRC | Take care
Title: Psychosocial Support IFRC | Take care
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Psychosocial Support IFRC | Take care Home Who we are Organization Psychosocial roster group of experts Mission & Strategy Annual Reports Staff & Consultants History Partners Contact us Vacancies What we do Psychosocial support training 2016 PS Academy trainings Broken links Caring for volunteers Community-based psychosocial support trainings Children’s Resilience Programme Lay counselling Psychosocial support in emergencies (PSSiE) trainings Training of trainers Basic Trainings Supplementary trainings Online training Technical and operational support How we assist National Societies Get involved Donate Volunteer Internships News & Media Coping with Crisis News archive Blog PS News Video Library PS Centre Publications Broken Links: Psychosocial support for people separated from family members Caring for Volunteers Children’s Resilience Programme Community-based Psychosocial Support: Training kit Different. Just like you External resources and reports Lay Counselling Life Skills – Skills for Life Monitoring and Evaluation framework Moving Together Programme plannning and implementation Psychosocial Interventions Psychosocial Support for Youth in Post-Conflict Situations Psychosocial Support in Emergencies SGBV – training Strengthening Resilience The Resilience Programme for Young Men Resources & Reports How to order Emergencies Zika virus outbreak PS Centre services PSSiE ressources Information, Education and Communications (IEC) IEC materials – word files Using Psychosocial Support to Combat Future Ebola Outbreaks Psychosocial support will form part of the daily work of the Liberian Red Cross volunteers when conducting community event-based surveillance (CEBS) in the communities. Being successful at CEBS requires good attentive listening skills, empathy, the ability to foster trust, and being supportive to families and communities. So to me, psychosocial support skills are essential in fighting future outbreaks of Ebola. Psychosocial News Co-chair for the IASC Reference Group on Mental Health and P... 30 May, 2016 Talking body to body... 24 May, 2016 Testing new training methods... 19 May, 2016 Psychosocial Monitoring and Evaluation Framework – new... 13 May, 2016 Featured content Psychosocial Support in Emergencies – training The PS Centre invites applications for participation in the Psychosocial Support in Emergencies training taking place in Copenhagen on 31 October to 4 November 2016. Deadline for application is 15 August. Full course description and information about eligibility and registration can be found here Subscribe to our Newsletter! Future events Psychosocial support training Training is essential to capacity building and one... Library One of the main functions of the International Fed... Coping with Crisis Coping with Crisis is a triennial magazine publish... Psychosocial support in emergencies Among humanitarian actors it is recognised that ar... THE CENTRE Is hosted and supported by Red Cross in Denmark and supported by The Canadian Red Cross Society, Finnish Red Cross, French Red Cross, Icelandic Red Cross, International Federation Tsunami Unit, Japanese Red Cross Society, Norwegian Red Cross and Swedish Red Cross. THE MOVEMENT The Red Cross Red Crescent Movement is composed of the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies and the 189 individual National Societies. Each has its own legal identity and role, but they are all united by seven Fundamental Principles. MORE Thanks for dropping by! Feel free to join the discussion by leaving comments, and stay updated by subscribing to the RSS feed. CONTACT Blegdamsvej 27 DK-2100 Copenhagen ? Denmark Tel: +45 35 25 92 00 Fax: + 45 35 25 93 66 Home Who we are What we do Get involved News & Media Library ? 2016 Psychosocial Support IFRC Whois