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Lessons learned in psychosocial care after disasters

This report is the result of a survey conducted in the various European countries which are members of the European Federation of Psychologists’ Associations (EFPA) by the Standing Committee on Crisis and Disaster Psychology. Each member describes an example of psychosocial care after a disaster in their own country. The examples are randomly chosen and there are, of course, many more which could be described. It is of great importance that we learn from our experiences and collect the best practices, while also looking into the things which went wrong. We realise that a disaster means chaos and that we will never be able to plan for every possible scenario. But we have a responsibility to aim for the best response.

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