USB material for participants – Managing stress in the field (Human Resources)
This publication has been conceived as a practical manual. The different
types of stress experienced by delegates are described along with the associated symptoms. It highlights the importance of identifying and knowing personal, team and organisational resources. This second version has been adapted to reflect updated needs and experiences. It incorporates a new self-assessment questionnaire at the end of the booklet. Increasing delegates’ knowledge of stress management will avoid potential risks to their psychological and physical health.
These are manuals given to the participants as part of a training package to be delivered to child workers and NGOs with no experience running a child safe space, enabling them to establish a quality program in an emergency setting. Participants learn the theory behind CFSs, how to set up and run them, and what kind of resources are needed to support the psychosocial wellbeing and protection of children in emergencies.