Psychological & Psychosocial Interventions in Flood Affect...
This article addresses the need for service learning which was significantly experienced by our students through practice of various awareness programmes and intervention techniques among the flood affected people of Kerala. This study emphasizes how the practice of experiential learning was beneficial for both the community as well as the students during the disillusionment phase of flood disaster. The experiential activities were personally relevant to the student in deciding psychological mitigation measures in people at very early stages in life.
APRCSL, Service Learning, Coping strategies Solution Focused Brief Therapy, Collective recovery and resilience, Disaster Management.
Tags:Diversity and InclusionEnvironment and Sustainability
By: Seena M. MATHAI
Source:7th Asia-Pacific Regional Conference on Service-Learning, Singapore, June 2019