Nearly 20,000 humanitarian aid workers are based in southern Africa where one in three people live below the global poverty line. On a regular basis, they see mothers die in childbirth, families starve, and children go without medical care for easily treated conditions.
Now, they are risking their own lives as the COVID-19 virus spreads around the world.
To ensure that humanitarian aid workers remain resilient and mentally healthy, Stillpoint Engage is offering online support groups.
If you’re a licensed mental health clinician, you can support those fighting COVID-19 around the world by joining us in providing weekly 90-minute online small group support sessions for 6-8 humanitarian aid workers.
- Ongoing training opportunities and clinical /peer supervision support
- Information about the humanitarian aid worker experience to inform your practice
- Access to the Zoom platform with a brief tutorial
- Assembled groups and a set schedule for 8 weeks
- Resilience resources