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PFA is a First-Line Psychosocial Support for people affected by crisis events as defined by the World Health Organization. It is very non-intrusive and gives out practical care and support. The objective of the training is to assess people’s needs and concerns. The training also involves:
Listening, but not pressuring people to talk
Comforting people and helping them feel calm
Helping people connect to information, services and social supports
Protecting people from further harm
Mental Health First Aid
Given to a person developing a mental health problem or in a mental health crisis until professional help is available. The training promotes the understanding of mental health illnesses and the ‘know-how’ to help without being overwhelmed. The program also aims to increase awareness of behaviours which if left unattended could escalate to more serious problems such as violence and self-injury.
This training can be applied to people facing these challenges:
Non-suicidal cases such as anxiety, panic attacks, depression, mood disorders and delusional behavior.
Suicidal cases such as threatening to kill oneself , seeking out means to kill oneself and talking about killing oneself