GCMHP has started on Sunday, September 27, 2020 the
first training course on “Stress and Techniques of Providing Distant
counselling under Covid-19”.
The training, held online, has been attended by 18
governmental school staff members, and continues for two days.
This series of training courses continues until
October 6, 2020, and targets 72 school counsellors.
GCMHP Department of Training and Scientific Research will
conduct a follow-up session after each training course with the purpose of receiving the participants’ feedback on the
most important points and answering their inquiries after they have practice
the delivery of distant counselling.
The training was also attended by Mr Anwar Ahmad, representing
the Ministry of Education; and Neveen Al-Hams, Mohammad Al-Khawaja, Saahar
Al-Haiek, Alaa Abu Hasaballah, Imad Al-Bana, Maysaa Asfour, Ihab Al-Ghandour,
and Sameh Al-Bouraai, all from the NRC.
The training aims at with information and skills on
the concept of stress and its impact especially under the emergency situation
of Covid-19. It also provides the trainees with the most important precautionary
measures that need to be followed during the pandemic situation.