About this course
Humanitarian work is physically and emotionally demanding, and many humanitarian workers struggle to find a healthy balance between the demands of the work and the need to pay some attention to their own well-being. The goal of this module is to provide an overview of traumatic stress as it is related to humanitarian work, and helpful coping strategies for dealing with it.
This module is available in two versions— text and interactive e-learning.
Lisa McKay, Director of Training and Education Services, Headington Institute
Click here for an abstract of this module: Stress and Humanitarian Work.