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POST CRISIS COUNSELOR TRAINING
SHARING FROM OUR VOLUNTEERS:
The 38th Post Crisis Counselor Training (PCCT)
No previous experience or special skills required, just a willingness to work hard and serve people in need!
Medium of instruction: Cantonese with English terminology
Course Dates & Time: Commences on 10 Nov 2018 (Sats), 10am to 1pm and 2pm to 6pm, total 6 sessions
Application NOW OPEN!
The Post Crisis Counselor Training bases the course with knowledge of clinical psychology,
which gears students with skills for psychotherapy including EFP and NLP,
crisis counseling skills, and understanding of humanitarian assistance as stipulated by
the Inter-agency Standing Committee which coordinates
emergency relief among United Nations organizations and other NGOs.
"I don't have the ability to prevent natural disasters from happening, but I have the ability to help disaster victims to heal their mental wounds.
Since becoming a member of PCCN, the experience of providing counseling services
in disaster affected area has brought me a new perspective to understand the meaning of life.
To live is not only to survive but to bring hope to the people in need.
It is a bliss to have the ability to help others."
Apple Lo, Veteran Journalist
"In Kaohsiung Taiwan gas explosions, I saw many survivors curled up in main streets and alleys with their hearts scarred and souls wounded by the terrible accident.
Nevertheless, they smiled again after receiving our counselling and
I felt the love among us and I was deeply touched.
All the time and money I had spent seemed insignificant."
Ivan Liu, Therapist
"Providing help to survivors is like casting a light to their lives, leading them through the shadow of darkness.
It is surely worth spending time and money to help them recover from pain and find happiness again."
Joey Wu, Merchandiser
We cannot stop natural disasters but we can arm ourselves with knowledge.
"My deepest thanks go to all survivors who have walked through pain.
Thank you for showing me the brightest smiles I have ever seen when your mental wounds were healed."
William Pong, Company Director