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Psychological First Aid: Module 3 – Children - Polish

This training introduces participants to psychological first aid for children. The activities take between eight to nine hours and can be run over one in one long day or over one-and-a-half days. The training has been developed for staff and volunteers working with psychosocial support for children and those providing direct care and support to children and their caregivers in distress, such as nurses, teachers, social workers, health volunteers, or ambulance workers.

It aims to enable participants to:

  • know more about children’s reactions to distress
  • know what psychological first aid for children is and what it is not
  • understand the three action principles of ‘Look, Listen and Link’ in relation to children
  • have practiced providing PFA to a child and caregiver in distress
  • have considered complex reactions and situations
  • be aware of the importance of self-care when helping others.


This training module is one of four on psychological first aid, which accompanies a set of materials on PFA. These include an introductory book called A Guide to Psychological First Aid for Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies and a small booklet, A Short introduction to Psychological First Aid for Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies.

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Information Polish 2022 pdf


IFRC Psychosocial Centre
Hejrevej 30, st.
2400 Copenhagen NV

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