Interviews

The well-being guide
IFRC Psychosocial Centre Technical Advisor Sarah Harrsion introduces the well-being guide, a collection of exercises helping to reduce stress, recharge and build inner resiilence.
A Hopeful, Healthy & Happy Living & Learning Toolkit
Ea Suzanne Akasha, technical advisor in the IFRC Reference Centre for Psychosocial Support, presents the training toolkit: A Hopeful, Healthy & Happy Living & Learning Toolkit, a series of tools designed to facilitate support for children, parents/caregivers and teachers affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, but may be useful for anyone, anywhere, and any time.
On-line facilitation in Mental Health and Psychosocial Support
Ea Suzanne Akasha, technical advisor in the IFRC Reference Centre for Psychosocial Support, introduces the new guide On-line facilitation in Mental Health and Psychosocial Support. The guide builds on experiences with conducting participatory on-line MHPSS training at the Psychosocial Centre and encourages the use of on-line trainings combining technical skills with social-emotional learning.
Honduran Red Cross MHPSS Response to the Eta-Iota Hurricanes
Greisy Trejo, Emergency Health Officer and MHPSS of the IFRC Regional Office of the Americas, interviews Dina Mendoza, responsible for the MHPSS response of the Honduran RC for the emergency caused by the Eta-Iota hurricanes, about the MHPSS support for affected populations.
The Making of My Hero is You
Interview with Sarah Harrison, Co-Chair of the IASC Reference Group on Mental Health and Psychosocial Support in Emergency Settings, talking about the lessons learned and the making of My Hero is You.
Caring for staff and volunteers in the COVID-19 outbreak response
Interview with Esmail Yesuf, Senior Psychological Support Officer, Ethiopian Red Cross
Caring for Staff and volunteers in the COVID-19 outbreak response
Interview with Emad Hadi, Psychologial Support Core Team, Iraq Red Crescent Society
Caring for Staff and volunteers in the COVID-19 outbreak response
Hear technical advisor Eliza Cheung from the IFRC Psychosocial Centre talk about caring for staff and volunteers in the COVID-19 outbreak.
Psychosocial support during an outbreak of Ebola Virus Disease
Eliza Cheung of Hong Kong Red Cross explains the importance of providing psychosocial support during an outbreak of Ebola.