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Trauma  |  Trauma & Critical Incidents

International humanitarian work is an inherently dangerous undertaking. Whether the result of natural disaster, civil conflict, or domestic crime, few humanitarian workers escape without becoming a target of violence or witnessing violence and its aftereffects. These resources explain trauma reactions and explore how to best care for yourself and others after a critical incident.

Trauma & Critical Incidents
Psychological First Aid Field Operations Guide
Coping with Disaster (Handout)

This handout provides simple, practical advice for supporting individuals and teams staff after a disaster.

PDF  Creole  |  English  |  French  |  Japanese
Understanding Allostatic Load

In this video, Dr. Don Bosch explains Allostasis and how chronic stress can lead to Allostatic Load. This video provides insights to recognizing Allostatic Load and the key resilience behaviors that help us restore stability in the midst of change, whether you're in the office or on the field.

Understanding and Coping with Traumatic Stress (Certificate Course)

This first introductory module aims to help humanitarian workers understand the different types of traumatic stress associated with their work, recognize the signs of stress and burnout, and learn self-care techniques to help alleviate stress reactions.

To download a PDF, click on the language of your choice.

PDF  English  |  Arabic  |  Haitian Creole  |  Khmer  |  Russian
Trauma and Critical Incident Care (Certificate Course)

This is the second in a series of online training modules on traumatic stress and humanitarian work provided by the Headington Institute. This training module aims to help you: understand the dynamics of trauma and stress reactions, recognize common trauma reactions, and learn how to care for yourself and others after a traumatic event.

English and Arabic versions are recently updated!  Click on the language of your choice to download a PDF.

PDF  English  |  Arabic  |  French  |  Portuguese  |  Spanish
Helping Aid Workers and Their Children Cope With Disaster

Many humanitarian staff are in different places around the world where disasters and critical incidents take place, and they have their families and children with them. How can aid workers talk to and help their children after these events? Watch this video with Dr. Rick Williamson for some great guidelines and practical tips.

After a Critical Incident

This brief handout explores normal reactions after a critical incident and provides some simple, practical suggestions.

PDF  English
Key Messages on Sexual Assault

In this paper, Shannon Mouillesseaux from UNHCR offers helpful suggestions on how to respond in the event that you, or someone you know, becomes the victim of a sexual assault incident

PDF  English
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