Topic: Psychological 1st Aid in School
Brief: Psychological first aid is a humane, supportive response to a fellow human being who is suffering and who may need support. Psychological first aid is an approach to helping people affected by an emergency, disaster, or traumatic event.
Many researchers, government, and health organizations have supported the idea that early, brief and focused intervention can reduce the social and emotional distress of children and adults after traumatic events by establishing feelings of physical and emotional safety.
This webinar focuses on Psychological First Aid for Schools: immediate help focusing on support and assistance provided to students.
Who can attend: Teachers, Educational aides, Administrators, and Staff members, School counsellor
Trainer: MS. Dikshita Choudhury
Ms. Dikshita completed her Masters in Psychology from SNDT Women’s University, Mumbai, and has a degree in Bachelors of Education. She is the co-founder of UNTANGLE, an initiative to learn, grow and explore. Currently, she is a lecturer in psychology at the Royal Global University, Guwahati and is also pursuing her PhD in Psychology