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Crisis Intervention Training for Disaster Workers:An Introduction电子书

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作       者:George W. Doherty

出  版  社:Modern History Press

出版时间:2007-09-01

字       数:311.1万

所属分类: 进口书 > 外文原版书 > 励志自助/心灵

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This book provides information about training for mental health professionals and first responders who work with victims of disaster related stress and trauma. It helps prepare them to relate with disaster victims and co-workers. Warning signs and symptoms are explored together with stages, strategies and interventions for recovery.The book will introduce you to disasters, the community response, the roles of first responders, Disaster Mental Health Services and Critical Incident Stress Management (CISM) responders and teams. It provides a brief overview of these and their roles in responding to the needs of both victims and disaster workers. The role of CISM is presented and discussed both for disasters and other critical incidents. This includes discussion about war, terrorism and follow-up responses by mental health professionals. The book is designed to help readers identify appropriate methods for activating Disaster Mental Health Crisis Intervention Teams for disaster mental health services for victims, co-workers, and self.The content includes general theory and models of Disaster Mental Health, CISM, crisis intervention techniques commonly used in these situations, supportive research, and practice of approaches used in responding to the victims, workers and communities affected by disasters, critical incidents and terrorism threats and events.What People are Saying About Crisis Intervention Training for Disaster Workers"Provides a breadth and depth of knowledge as well as practical tools for beginner to expert. Should be required reading for all disaster responders, and, especially, mental health professionals considering disaster work."-Bruce L. Andrews, MS, LPC (ARC Disaster Mental Provider/Instructor)"This text serves as a wonderful adjunct and lead into the discipline of CISM. It provides a brief survey of disaster mental health and disaster mental health services."-Thomas Mitchell, LPCRocky Mountain Disaster Mental Health Institute Press"Learning from the past and planning for the future"Please visit RMRInstitute.org
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Title Page

Copyright

Table of Figures

About the Cover – Medicine Bow Peak

Goals and Objectives

Objectives

Course Content

Chapter 1 – Introduction

Definitions

Chapter 2 – Fundamentals

Fundamentals of Victims’ Responses to Disasters

Loss, Mourning, and Grief

Stages of Grieving

Why Do Some People Reach A State Of Crisis?

Stages of Disaster Recovery

Symptoms of Psychological Trauma

Chapter 3 – Children and Disasters

Children's Reactions

Fears and Anxieties

Children with Special Needs

Providing Help for Children and Families

Telephone Crisis Service

Chapter 4 – Special Risk Groups

Middle-Age, Elderly, and Older Adults

Society and Culture

Other Special Risk Groups

Chapter 5 – Cultural Aspects of Disasters

Cross-Cultural Examples in Disasters

Cultural Approaches or Models

Children

Responders

Approaches

Chapter 6 – Crises in Rural Areas

Culture and Rurality

Some Cultural Considerations

Rural Problems

Children and School Counseling

Farm and Ranch Crises

Changing Roles

Different Approaches

Rural Trauma

Chapter 7 – Crises and Crisis Interventions

Dealing with Crises

Techniques

Psychological First Aid

Selecting and Training Disaster Mental Health Staff

Roles and Responsibilities of Mental Health Workers

Examples of Disaster-Related Emotional Problems

Intervention Strategies

Psychological Implications for Disaster Workers

Chapter 8 – Stress Management

Stress Responses

Coping With Stress – Guidelines for Responders

Interventions during a Disaster

Interventions Following a Disaster

Follow-up and Referral to Mental Health Resources

Psychological First Aid and Short Term Therapy

Traumatic Incident Reduction (TIR)

Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing (EMDR)

Chapter 9 – Coping and Resiliency

Recovery and Returning To Equilibrium

Where Do We Go From Here?

Chapter 10 – War

Fear and War

Children and War

Resiliency Following War

Chapter 11 – Terrorism and Terrorists

What Is Terrorism And Who Are The Terrorists?

Role of Psychology in Coping with Terrorism

Children's Responses to Terrorism

Militant Islam and Terrorism

Coping, Resiliency, and Recovery

Selected References

Websites

Appendix A – Disaster Scenario

Appendix B – Disaster Victims’ Needs Assessment

Appendix C – Course Test

About the Author

Index

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