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Listen, Protect, Connect

Listen, Protect and Connect (LPC) Psychological First Aid System:

The Listen, Protect and Connect® psychological first aid system designed for families, neighbors, co-workers and first responders.  One version is an “all ages” family-to-family, neighbor-to-neighbor version and two are specifically for supporting children. One for parents and one just for teachers and schools to use.

The Listen, Protect, and Connect approach to psychological suggests ways we all can support each other’s resilience and coping before, during and after emergencies. LPC psychological first aid builds on strengths and practices that families and community already use and offer additional ideas and tools to call upon in times of disaster or terrorism.

Listen, Protect and Connect: - Family-to-Family, Neighbor-to-Neighbor. Helping those around you in times of disaster (PDF, 2.2 MB).  

Listen, Protect and Connect for children by parents and caregivers.

Listen, Protect and Connect- for children by  Schools- Psychological First Aid for Teachers and Schools (PFD, 2Mb)

Helpful Hints For School Emergency Management – Guidelines from the US Department of Education on using Listen, Protect, Connect- Schools version. Psychological First Aid for Children and Parents (PDF, 429KB)

For further information on Listen, Protect, Connect, please contact:

Dr. Merritt Schreiber, Department of Pediatrics, Harbor-UCLA Medical Center, David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA. M.schreiber@ucla.edu

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Icon for file of type application/pdfListen, Protect and Connect: Family to Family, Neighbor to Neighbor

Listen, Protect and Connect: Family to Family, Neighbor to Neighbor.

The Listen, Protect and Connect® psychological first aid system designed for families, neighbors, co-workers and first responders.  One version is an “all ages” family-to-family, neighbor-to-neighbor version and two are specifically for supporting children. One for parents and one just for teachers and schools to use.

The Listen, Protect, and Connect approach to psychological suggests ways we all can support each other’s resilience and coping before, during and after emergencies. LPC psychological first aid builds on strengths and practices that families and community already use and offer additional ideas and tools to call upon in times of disaster or terrorism.

Listen, Protect and Connect: - Family-to-Family, Neighbor-to-Neighbor. Helping those around you in times of disaster (PDF, 2.2 MB).  

Listen, Protect and Connect for children by parents and caregivers.

Listen, Protect and Connect- for children by  Schools- Psychological First Aid for Teachers and Schools (PFD, 2Mb)

Helpful Hints For School Emergency Management – Guidelines from the US Department of Education on using Listen, Protect, Connect- Schools version. Psychological First Aid for Children and Parents (PDF, 429KB)

For further information on Listen, Protect, Connect, please contact:

Dr. Merritt Schreiber, Department of Pediatrics, Harbor-UCLA Medical Center, David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA. M.schreiber@ucla.edu

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Icon for file of type application/pdfListen, Protect and Connect: Model and Teach

Listen, Protect and Connect: Model and Teach

The Listen, Protect and Connect® psychological first aid system designed for families, neighbors, co-workers and first responders.  One version is an “all ages” family-to-family, neighbor-to-neighbor version and two are specifically for supporting children. One for parents and one just for teachers and schools to use.

The Listen, Protect, and Connect approach to psychological suggests ways we all can support each other’s resilience and coping before, during and after emergencies. LPC psychological first aid builds on strengths and practices that families and community already use and offer additional ideas and tools to call upon in times of disaster or terrorism.

Listen, Protect and Connect: - Family-to-Family, Neighbor-to-Neighbor. Helping those around you in times of disaster (PDF, 2.2 MB).  

Listen, Protect and Connect for children by parents and caregivers.

Listen, Protect and Connect- for children by  Schools- Psychological First Aid for Teachers and Schools (PFD, 2Mb)

Helpful Hints For School Emergency Management – Guidelines from the US Department of Education on using Listen, Protect, Connect- Schools version. Psychological First Aid for Children and Parents (PDF, 429KB)

For further information on Listen, Protect, Connect, please contact:

Dr. Merritt Schreiber, Department of Pediatrics, Harbor-UCLA Medical Center, David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA. M.schreiber@ucla.edu

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Icon for file of type application/pdfListen, Protect and Connect: Psychological First Aid for Children and Parents

Listen, Protect and Connect: Psychological first aid for children and parents.

The Listen, Protect and Connect® psychological first aid system designed for families, neighbors, co-workers and first responders.  One version is an “all ages” family-to-family, neighbor-to-neighbor version and two are specifically for supporting children. One for parents and one just for teachers and schools to use.

The Listen, Protect, and Connect approach to psychological suggests ways we all can support each other’s resilience and coping before, during and after emergencies. LPC psychological first aid builds on strengths and practices that families and community already use and offer additional ideas and tools to call upon in times of disaster or terrorism.

Listen, Protect and Connect: - Family-to-Family, Neighbor-to-Neighbor. Helping those around you in times of disaster (PDF, 2.2 MB).  

Listen, Protect and Connect for children by parents and caregivers.

Listen, Protect and Connect- for children by  Schools- Psychological First Aid for Teachers and Schools (PFD, 2Mb)

Helpful Hints For School Emergency Management – Guidelines from the US Department of Education on using Listen, Protect, Connect- Schools version. Psychological First Aid for Children and Parents (PDF, 429KB)

For further information on Listen, Protect, Connect, please contact:

Dr. Merritt Schreiber, Department of Pediatrics, Harbor-UCLA Medical Center, David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA. M.schreiber@ucla.edu

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