CART

(0) items

A Guide to Crisis Intervention,9780495007760
This item qualifies for
FREE SHIPPING!

FREE SHIPPING OVER $59!

Your order must be $59 or more, you must select US Postal Service Shipping as your shipping preference, and the "Group my items into as few shipments as possible" option when you place your order.

Bulk sales, PO's, Marketplace Items, eBooks, Apparel, and DVDs not included.

A Guide to Crisis Intervention

by
Edition:
3rd
ISBN13:

9780495007760

ISBN10:
0495007765
Format:
Paperback
Pub. Date:
2/27/2006
Publisher(s):
Brooks Cole
List Price: $95.33

eTextbook


 
Duration
Price
$34.79

Rent Textbook

We're Sorry
Sold Out

Used Textbook

We're Sorry
Sold Out

New Textbook

We're Sorry
Sold Out

More New and Used
from Private Sellers
Starting at $2.03
See Prices

Related Products


  • A Guide to Crisis Intervention
    A Guide to Crisis Intervention
  • A Guide To Crisis Intervention
    A Guide To Crisis Intervention
  • A Guide to Crisis Intervention (Book Only)
    A Guide to Crisis Intervention (Book Only)
  • A Guide to Crisis Intervention (with CourseMate Printed Access Card)
    A Guide to Crisis Intervention (with CourseMate Printed Access Card)
  • A Guide to Crisis Intervention, 4th Edition
    A Guide to Crisis Intervention, 4th Edition




Summary

Handle any crisis situation with ease with A GUIDE TO CRISIS INTERVENTION! This practical nuts-and-bolts guide provides you with the skills necessary to effectively manage crises. Using the comprehensive ABC model of crisis intervention, this counseling text keeps you up-to-date on the latest information regarding crises. Case examples and scripts that show ?what to actually say? provide you with actual examples of dialogue with the client illustrating the ABC model. Tables that outline key points such as history of crisis intervention, contributions, suicide assessment, and death and dying issues provide you with a framework in which to assess the client.

Table of Contents

Preface xvii
About the Author xix
What Is a Crisis?
1(13)
Crisis Defined
1(2)
Crisis as Both Danger and Opportunity
3(1)
Crisis as Opportunity
3(2)
Crisis as Danger: Becoming a Crisis-Prone Person
5(1)
Other Factors Determining Danger or Possibility
6(2)
Precipitating Events
8(1)
Developmental Crises
8(1)
Situational Crises
9(1)
Subjective Distress
9(2)
Failure of Coping Methods
11(1)
Key Terms for Study
12(2)
The History of Crisis Intervention
14(13)
Contributions from Other Theoretical Modalities
18(1)
Psychoanalytic Theory
18(1)
Existential Theory
18(1)
Humanistic Approach
19(1)
Cognitive-Behavioral Theories
19(1)
Family Systems Theory
20(3)
Brief Therapy
23(1)
Critical Incident Debriefing
23(1)
The ABC Model of Crisis Intervention
23(2)
Key Terms for Study
25(2)
Ethical and Professional Issues
27(11)
The Need for Ethics
27(1)
Use of Paraprofessionals
27(1)
Self-Awareness and Countertransference
28(1)
Dual Relationships
29(1)
Confidentiality
29(1)
Elder Abuse Reporting Act
30(1)
Child Abuse Reporting Act
30(1)
Informed Consent
31(1)
Supervision and Training
31(1)
Burnout and Secondary Posttraumatic Stress Disorder
32(1)
Definitions of Burnout
32(1)
Symptoms of Burnout
33(1)
Causes of Burnout
33(1)
Prevention of Burnout
34(1)
A Study of Community Crisis Workers
34(2)
Key Terms for Study
36(2)
Cultural Sensitivity in Crisis Intervention
38(31)
Development of Culturally Sensitive Psychotherapists
38(2)
Latinos
40(1)
Mexican American Families
41(1)
Mexican American Cultural Patterns
42(1)
Issues Related to Different Rates of Acculturation
43(1)
Comparison of Mainstream Cultural Values and Latino Resistance in the Mental Health Field
44(1)
Ataque de Nervios
44(3)
African American Families
47(1)
Role of Religion in African American Life
47(1)
Problem-Solving Model for African Americans
48(1)
Asian American Families
49(1)
Crisis Intervention Issues for Asian Americans
49(1)
Southeast Asians and Posttraumatic Stress Disorder
49(2)
Asian American Family Structure
51(1)
Shame and Obligation in Asian American Culture
51(2)
Communication Process in Asian American Culture
53(1)
People with Disabilities and Crisis Intervention
54(1)
Responses to People with Disabilities
55(1)
The Disabled Population and the ADA
56(1)
Vulnerable Subgroups within the Disabled Population
57(3)
Crisis Intervention Strategies for Persons with Disabilities
60(1)
The Subculture of Gays, Lesbians, Bisexuals, and Transgenders
61(1)
Typical Issues Facing G/L/B/T Persons in Crisis
62(1)
Coming Out
63(2)
Case Vignettes
65(2)
Key Terms for Study
67(2)
The ABC Model of Crisis Intervention
69(28)
Developing and Maintaining Rapport
70(1)
Attending Behavior
71(1)
Exercise
71(2)
Questioning
73(2)
Paraphrasing
75(1)
Exercise
76(1)
Reflection of Feelings
76(1)
Exercise
76(1)
Summarization
77(1)
Identifying the Problem
77(4)
Identifying the Precipitating Event
81(1)
Recognizing the Meaning or Perception of the Precipitating Event
82(1)
Identifying Subjective Distress and Functioning Level
83(1)
Making Ethical Checks
84(1)
Substance Abuse Issues
85(1)
Therapeutic Interaction
86(2)
Coping
88(1)
Exploring the Client's Own Attempts at Coping
88(1)
Encouraging the Development of New Coping Behaviors
89(1)
Presenting Alternative Coping Behaviors
89(3)
Commitment and Follow-Up
92(1)
Key Terms for Study
92(5)
When Crisis Is a Danger
97(17)
Suicide
97(1)
Symptoms and Clues
98(2)
Suicide Assessment
100(1)
A Phenomenological Look at Suicide
101(1)
Suicide Prevention
102(2)
Interventions
104(3)
Self-Mutilative Behaviors (SMB)
107(1)
Managing a Client Who Is a Danger to Others
108(2)
Psychotic Breakdowns and Gravely Disabled Mentally Ill Persons
110(1)
Exercises
111(1)
Key Terms for Study
112(2)
Developmental Crises
114(21)
Evolutional Crises
116(1)
First Stage of a Family: Creating a Marital Subsystem
116(4)
Creating a Parental Subsystem
120(1)
Creating Sibling Subsystems
121(1)
Creating Grandparental Subsystems
121(1)
Situational Crises Related to Adolescence
122(1)
Teen Pregnancy
122(1)
Gangs
123(2)
Runaways
125(1)
Eating Disorders
126(2)
Crises of Old Age
128(1)
Alzheimer's Disease
129(2)
Case Vignettes
131(2)
Key Terms for Study
133(2)
Crises of Loss
135(16)
Death and Dying
135(1)
Kubler-Ross's Five Stages of Death and Dying
136(1)
Definitions
137(1)
Tasks of Mourning
137(2)
Manifestations of Normal Grief
139(1)
Determinants of Grief
140(1)
Intervention
140(1)
Counseling Principles and Procedures
141(2)
Losing a Child
143(2)
Divorce and Separation
145(1)
Intervention
146(1)
Children and Divorce
146(1)
Crises Related to Blended Families
147(1)
Exercises
148(2)
Key Terms for Study
150(1)
Crises Related to AIDS and HIV
151(16)
Basic Statistics About AIDS
153(1)
Acronyms and Terms
153(1)
A Brief Outline of the History of AIDS
153(1)
What Is AIDS?
153(2)
Signs and Symptoms of AIDS
155(1)
Misconceptions about AIDS
155(1)
Modes of Transmission
156(1)
Progression of HIV Infection to AIDS
156(1)
AIDS Testing
157(1)
Treatment
157(1)
Social Aspects
158(1)
Interventions
159(1)
Treatment Issues
160(3)
Exercises
163(2)
Key Terms for Study
165(2)
Crises Related to Substance Abuse
167(27)
Recognizing Substance Dependence and Substance Abuse
169(1)
Criteria for Substance Dependence
169(1)
Criteria for Substance Abuse
170(1)
Types of Drug Abuse Crises
170(1)
Medical Crises
171(1)
Legal Crises
171(1)
Psychological Crises
172(1)
Spiritual Crises
172(1)
Alcohol: The Most Common Drug of Abuse
173(1)
Facts about Alcoholism and Alcohol-Related Problems
173(1)
The Alcoholic
174(1)
Intervention
175(5)
The Co-Dependent
180(4)
Cocaine, Crack, and Crystal Meth
184(2)
Effects of Cocaine and Speed on the Family
186(1)
Marijuana
186(3)
LSD (Lysergic Acid Diethylamide)
189(1)
Heroin
189(2)
Exercises
191(1)
Key Terms for Study
192(2)
PTSD, Community Disasters, and Trauma Response
194(14)
Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
194(2)
Diagnostic Criteria for Acute Stress Disorder
196(1)
Serving in Combat or Living in a War Zone
197(1)
Suffering Personal or Family Victimization
198(1)
Living Through a Natural Disaster
198(2)
Surviving a Manmade Disaster
200(1)
Interventions
201(1)
Critical Incident and Debriefing
202(1)
Effects on Young Children
203(1)
Debriefing Process
203(1)
Other Therapeutic Approaches Commonly Used to Treat PTSD
204(1)
Case Vignettes
205(1)
Key Terms for Study
206(2)
Child Abuse, Spousal Abuse, and Sexual Assault
208(34)
Child Abuse
208(1)
Prevalence
209(1)
Types of Child Abuse
209(1)
How to Detect Child Abuse and Neglect
210(1)
How to Detect Sexual Abuse of Children
211(1)
Association of Child Abuse with Posttraumatic Stress Disorder
212(1)
Reporting Child Abuse
213(1)
Interventions with an Abused Child
214(2)
The Battering Parent
216(1)
Interventions for Adults Who Were Sexually Abused as Children
217(1)
Elder Abuse
218(1)
Interventions with Abused Elderly People
219(1)
Intimate Partner Abuse and Domestic Violence
220(1)
Prevalence
220(2)
How Are Children Affected?
222(1)
Common Myths
222(1)
A Historical Perspective
222(1)
Why Do Women Stay?
223(1)
The Battering Cycle
224(1)
Battered Woman Syndrome
224(2)
Intervening with Battered Women
226(3)
The Batterer
229(2)
Interventions with the Batterer
231(1)
Rape
232(1)
Common Myths and Facts about Rape
233(1)
What Is Rape?
234(1)
Rape Trauma Syndrome
234(1)
Interventions with a Rape Victim
235(1)
Date and Acquaintance Rape
236(1)
Case Vignettes
237(1)
Child Abuse and Spousal Abuse
238(1)
Child Sexual Abuse
238(1)
Child Physical Abuse
238(1)
Child Neglect
238(1)
Spousal Abuse
238(1)
Spousal Abuse and Elder Abuse
239(1)
Acquaintance Rape
239(1)
Rape
239(1)
Rape
239(1)
Key Terms for Study
239(3)
References 242(11)
Name Index 253(3)
Subject Index 256


Please wait while the item is added to your cart...