By Kenneth Yeager, Albert Roberts
Fewer suggestions in American society have acquired extra awareness lately than the necessity for experienced obstacle intervention. photographs of crises inundate net and newspaper headlines, tv monitors and cellular units. because of the transforming into volume of acute drawback occasions portrayed within the media that effect the lives of most of the people, curiosity in challenge intervention, reaction groups, administration, and stabilization has grown greatly. talents and techniques to successfully deal with acute drawback events are in excessive call for. whereas many declare to appreciate the speedily growing to be call for for potent main issue administration, few supply essentially defined step by step tactics to teach and advisor wellbeing and fitness and psychological health and wellbeing execs. this can be a thorough revision of the 1st whole and authoritative guide that prepares the obstacle counselor for quick overview and well timed problem intervention within the twenty first century.
Expanded and entirely up to date, the Crisis Intervention guide: evaluate, remedy, and study, Fourth Edition specializes in situation intervention providers for people who're sufferers of usual mess ups, school-based and home-based violence, violent crimes, and private or kinfolk crises. It applies a unifying version of problem intervention, making it applicable for front-line hindrance workers-clinical psychologists, social staff, psychiatric-mental overall healthiness nurses, and graduate scholars who want to know the most recent steps and strategies for intervening successfully with folks in acute crisis.
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Samantha’s father used to take her to work with him in the morning, where she would have breakfast with the other firefighters, and then her dad would drop her off at school, which was near the firehouse in Staten Island. Shelley was very supportive of her own mother, her widowed aunt, and her 10-year-old cousin and did her best to help with their immediate concrete and crisis needs. Since returning to NYU in lower Manhattan, Shelley has had difficulty concentrating, has nightmares and gets only a few hours sleep each night, and is anxious about her grades and graduation.
Shelley was very close to her uncle and grew up two blocks away from him and his family on Staten Island. Shelley’s mother was the sister of her deceased uncle. Uncle Frank had three kids, two at colleges in North Carolina and Massachusetts, and a third, Samantha, who was only 10 years old at the time. Samantha’s father used to take her to work with him in the morning, where she would have breakfast with the other firefighters, and then her dad would drop her off at school, which was near the firehouse in Staten Island.
Chapter 4 delineates and examines a stress, crisis, PTSD Classification Paradigm which provides guidelines for practitioners to effectively assess the severity of initial event, diagnostic symptoms, and treatment planning options. Chapter 5 develops a continuum of stress and crisis episodes ranging from low-level somatic distress to cumulative and catastrophic acute crisis episodes. Chapters 6, 12, 15, through 30 apply Roberts’s seven-stage model of crisis assessment and intervention to particular high-risk groups and situations such as the following: • persons experiencing the loss of a loved one at the World Trade Center and the Pentagon on September 11th • early adolescents who have experienced a significant loss • adolescents and adults with suicidal ideation and plans • child and adolescent psychiatric emergencies • crises on the college campus • battered women in crisis • crisis related to separation, divorce, and child custody • HIV-positive women in crisis • persons in medical crisis presenting at the emergency room • persons presenting with life-threatening injuries at a hospital emergency room • persons experiencing psychiatric crises and coming to the local mental health center or emergency room • a series of crises experienced by substance abusers • people experiencing mental health–related crises and being helped by a frontline 24-hour mobile crisis team • persons in crisis as a result of the burden of caring for a terminally ill or disabled parent This is the first comprehensive handbook to consistently apply a comprehensive seven-stage crisis intervention model to a wide range of clients in acute crisis.
Crisis Intervention Handbook: Assessment, Treatment, and Research by Kenneth Yeager, Albert Roberts