Psychological First AidSocial Support Training
DURATION: Half day (3 hours)
PARTICIPANTS: Anyone 18 years or older
TRAINERS: One registered trainer per 25 participants plus one support person
COST: $150 plus GST per participant (tailored packages available for workplaces or groups of 15 or more)
Psychological First Aid
Develop skills to respond to those in distress after critical events and natural disasters.
Psychological First Aid is a crisis support training program that equips participants to provide support to people in the aftermath of a disaster or critical event.
Psychological First Aid is support that is given:
- To someone immediately following a disaster or critical event.
- Until more appropriate professional help is available.
- Until the person is less overwhelmed and more able to cope.
- Psychological First Aid seeks to:
- Reduce the initial distress.
- Foster short and long-term adaptive functioning (build resilience).
- Minimise the risk of further harm.
The training is delivered by qualified, experienced Lifeline trainers. Participants receive a Statement of Attendance at completion of the course.
Please get in touch with us if you’d like to discuss your training needs – firstname.lastname@example.org
Accidental Counsellor Foundations
The Accidental Counsellor Foundations workshop is a full-day program which will provide you with necessary skills and tools to be able to step into the shoes of an Accidental Counsellor momentarily. You will learn to respond appropriately, efficiently and effectively to people in crisis or distress.
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Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST) is the world’s leading suicide intervention workshop. Participants learn to recognise when someone may be at risk of suicide, apply a suicide first-aid intervention model and respond in ways that helps to increase their immediate safety and link them to further help.
Since 2007, Lifeline has been delivering DV-alert (previously known as DiVeRT) in different parts of Australia including remote and rural locations. Since it was first developed, DV-alert has expanded to wider range of audiences to provide a more tailored approach that recognises the complexities of domestic and family violence as an issue.
Mental Health First Aid
Over 3 million trained – will you be next? We are working towards a world where everyone has the first aid skills to support people with mental health problems. Completing an MHFA Course will help you develop the skills to support a friend, family member or co-worker. Having mental health first aid skills means that you can assist someone developing a mental health problem or experiencing a mental health crisis and make a real difference to your community.
If life is in danger, call 000