At the end of the training, participants should be able to:
Differentiate the different crisis reactions and know how to act on such
Understand the nature of stress and coping during the time of pandemic and other crisis situations
Demonstrate the skills for rapport building and supportive communication
Conduct PFA using the RAPID model (Reflective listening, Assessment of needs, Prioritization, Intervention, and Disposition)
Identify self-care strategies for managing stress and supporting others.
WHO SHOULD JOIN?
Managers and supervisors
HR Managers and staff
Mental health practitioners
Nature and Principles of Psychological First Aid
Rapport Building and the Communication Process
Conducting the RAPID model of Psychological First Aid
The Do’s and Don’ts in PFA
Self-care and Social Support
Alessandra Arpon, RPsy
Jomar is a Registered Psychometrician and currently the Project Manager for Mental Health and Well-being of Premier Value Provider, Inc. He earned his BS Psychology degree from Universidad de Manila and his master's degree in Psychology with specialization in Clinical Psychology from Adamson University. He is also a faculty member of Makati Medical Center College where he handles undergraduate psychology courses.
As a workplace mental health advocate, Jomar conducts mental health related trainings, workshops, and seminars to companies, institutions, and non-government organizations. His interest in extending and addressing the mental health needs of people made him decide to study Filipino Sign Language at De La Salle College of Saint Benilde wherein he wanted to make mental health be more available to people who are usually unheard.
Jomar is a member of Australian and New Zealand Mental Health Association, Psychological Association of the Philippines, and Youth for Mental Health Coalition, Inc. He is also a Lifetime Member and a volunteer of Philippine Mental Health Association, Inc.
Jose Mari A. Hulleza, RPm, MAPsy