Listen, Protect and Connect:
Psychological First Aid After Disasters
June 11, 2020 10 a.m. – 12 p.m.
All Vibrant Training sessions for DYCD-funded program staff will be facilitated online using Zoom throughout the end of June. We appreciate your patience with this process, as it is new technology for many of us.
Following your registration on EventBrite, you will receive the link to the Zoom session in reminder emails.
After attending the session, you will receive a certificate of attendance via email along with the materials shared in the session within 72 hours.
We all want to help when disaster strikes, but often, we don’t quite know the most helpful ways to support someone who has experienced a disaster.
Listen, Protect and Connect (LPC) is a psychological first aid (PFA) model that was developed specifically for use by anyone working with community members to enhance resilience in the aftermath of catastrophic events and more local emergencies such as community violence.
LPC is endorsed by SAMHSA as a Disaster Recovery Resource. The model helps ensure non-mental health responders have the skills and confidence to intervene with families, children, individuals and communities in the aftermath of traumatic events. This model supports victims, builds community resiliency and fosters responder-to-responder peer support.
Please contact Cristina Harris (firstname.lastname@example.org) with any questions.