Connect with us

Phuket

Advice on handling emotional aftermath

Legacy Phuket Gazette

Published 

 on 

Advice on handling emotional aftermath | The Thaiger
  • follow us in feedly

PHUKET: Carole Marco, a volunteer helping at the emergency center at Phuket Provincial Hall has sent the Gazette a series of advisory documents on handling emotional issues following a crisis.

These documents are downloadable in .pdf format from the links below. Thai translations are being made and will be uploaded here, also as .pdf files, when they are ready. Please check back for an update

  • Handling sensitive calls.

  • Breaking bad news.

  • Coping with crisis.

  • Coping with loss and grief.

  • Coping after natural disasters.

  • Advice to volunteers.

    The Gazette suggests that users download the files, print them and give copies to anyone who may need them.
  • Keep in contact with The Thaiger by following our Facebook page.
    Never miss out on future posts by following The Thaiger.



    Read more headlines, reports & breaking news in Phuket. Or catch up on your Thailand news.

    Archiving articles from the Phuket Gazette circa 1998 - 2017. View the Phuket Gazette online archive and Digital Gazette PDF Prints.

    Click to comment

    Leave a Reply

    Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

    Weather

    Strong wind and waves this morning closes Phuket’s beaches, one swimmer rescued

    The Thaiger

    Published

    on

    Strong wind and waves this morning closes Phuket’s beaches, one swimmer rescued | The Thaiger

    Phuket’s Rawai Mayor, Aroon Solos, ordered all beaches in the area to close after a foreigner was rescued this morning after being unable to make it back to shore. The foreigner was swimming off Ao Sane beach, just north of the popular Nai Harn Beach, when lifeguards were sent out to help bring him back to shore. The recent weather has been partly attributed to Tropical Storm Noul as other beaches areas around Patong have been closed since Friday. Mayor Aroon ordered both the Nai Harn and Ya Nui beaches closed until further notice. Noul crossed over the Vietnamese coastline […]

    Continue Reading

    Thailand

    Phuket residents going hungry after local government assistance runs out

    The Thaiger & The Nation

    Published

    on

    Phuket residents going hungry after local government assistance runs out | The Thaiger

    Residents in Phuket, particularly those living in and around the west coast townships, are reportedly going hungry as the government’s municipal budget to provide food has been depleted. Despite efforts to revive tourism in the area, thousands of people are still in need of donated food to survive and continue to queue up for donated food every day. A public relations staff member at the Patong municipality says, sadly, there is no budget to do any more food handouts in the near future and that there is no word on when or if there will be any more handouts. The […]

    Continue Reading

    Weather

    Heavy rain across the country this weekend – local forecasts

    The Thaiger

    Published

    on

    Heavy rain across the country this weekend – local forecasts | The Thaiger

    Heavy rain is expected across much of Thailand over the next few days, mostly as a result of the intensity of a tropical storm crossing into Vietnam today, ‘Noul’, from the South China Sea. The low pressure cell will help intensify the effects of the south west monsoon too. But the remnants of the storm won’t “slam” into Northern Thailand as one news site claimed – rather it will be a lot of rain and increased winds. The storm is expected to cross into Thailand around the Mukdahan province some time early tomorrow, Around the country, Saturday will be the […]

    Continue Reading
    Follow The Thaiger by email:

    Trending