Reference Materials on General Psychological Care (3/3)
Post-disaster Psychological Care for Each Disease
The table shows reference materials on general psychological care after disasters, particularly in relation to depression, stress, drinking habits, suicide, social recluses, dementia, etc.
(i) and (ii) are manuals for regional administrative officials and health and medical personnel to implement general anti-depression measures. They provide precautions in making conversation with people with anxiety, and specific examples of how to explain or ask questions.
(iii) explains how health and medical personnel should deal with alcohol addicts after disasters.
(iv) assumes people inclined toward suicide, including survivors of suicide attempts, suicide repeaters and people contemplating suicide as targets. It provides the basic knowledge and action guideline required for workers in healthcare centers and mental health welfare centers, municipal officials, case workers and children's social workers in providing counseling and support activities.
(v) is a guideline providing examples of social recluses, which is a practical material for use by institutions specialized in mental health, medical care, welfare and education in evaluating and supporting social recluses.
(vi) and (vii) are manuals on people with dementia living in evacuation centers and their family. (vi) is directed to medical personnel such as doctors and nurses treating dementia in disaster-stricken areas. (vii) is aimed at supporting nursing personnel.
- Included in this reference material on March 31, 2015
- Updated on March 31, 2019