"Crisis And Trauma Counseling" Essays and Research Papers

  • Crisis And Trauma Counseling

     Ashley Meadows Essay Question: Response Liberty University – CRIS 605 Crisis counseling is an aspect of crisis resolution in which emphasis is placed on the emotional, cognitive, and behavioral consequences within a particular crisis. Psychotherapy is a tool that uses a helping process in order to change a person’s feelings as well as patterns of thought and behaviors. This can take place over short, brief periods or long term if determined is necessary...

    Counseling, Mental health, Mental health professional 1253  Words | 4  Pages

  • Trauma in Counseling

    cultural. One must be able to work with clients that come from different cultures and to be able use knowledge of their cultures to can help one as a professional to help his or her client. Statement of Counseling Identity This one was a little harder to think about but my Statement of Counseling Identity would be “I am the person who you will fire after you are on your right path .” I want to be known for the counselor that her client does not need anymore. To let my clients know what to expect...

    Culture, Licensed Professional Counselor, Multiculturalism 1017  Words | 3  Pages

  • Counseling During a Crisis

    considered a crisis and can have a wide variety of effects on the individual. Most people can recover from the psychological effects within a few days or weeks, but during that time they need support to understand what they are feeling is normal, cope with grief, loss, shock, or fear, and begin to recover. There is also a need for logistical support such as financial help, food, lodging, and searching for missing loved ones. As a result of this wide variety of needs of a person experiencing a trauma crisis...

    Emotion, Health care, Health care provider 1710  Words | 5  Pages

  • The effects of Trauma and Mental Health Counseling

     The Effects of Trauma Name Grade Course Tutor’s Name Date The Effects of Trauma The occurrence of a disaster affects the survivors and the responders to the events. The disaster also affects the mental health counselors who interact with the survivors and responders after the event. Disasters pose long-term psychological effects to the direct and indirect victims of the events. Flooding Flooding is the occurrence of excessive water on the land that may comes from a storm. Flooding...

    Certified first responder, Counseling, Flood 872  Words | 5  Pages

  • Trauma and the Abc Model of Crisis Intervention

    A description of the ABC model of crisis intervention cannot be complete without an understanding of the nature of a crisis itself. Inherent in a traumatic and often unexpected event is the element of human reaction, which is subject to a variety of factors. Influences such as the psyche of the individual and predisposition towards resiliency, the social and cultural milieu in which crises arise, and the nature and severity of the precipitating event all contribute to the terrifying reality of...

    ABC model of flower development, Addiction, Crisis 1558  Words | 5  Pages

  • Acute Stress and Trauma

    Intro to Crisis Counseling Acute Stress and Trauma Readiness never takes a day off. You have to be settled in your faith. Combat trauma (shell shock) is what most original trauma studies were based on. Combat trauma has been a reality since the beginning of time. David killed his 10’s of thousands and he had combat trauma. You can see it in the Psalms and how he worked through it as he gave his heart to the Lord. 4 great analogies of the Bible: Farming Fishing Athletics Military How...

    Army, Jesus, Military 820  Words | 3  Pages

  • Counseling

    List the typical reactions to transitions of loss/crisis: (1-7) (1) Shock and disorganization (2) Expression of anguish and/or relief (3) Experience of denial and minimization of the loss (4) Sadness and lowered self-esteem (5) Taking hold of a new way of life and letting go of the past (6) Final acceptance of change and planning for the future (7) Reflections on learning from the transition experience Define stress reation: (8-12) A condition characterized by physiological...

    Crisis, Crisis management, Desensitization 1461  Words | 6  Pages

  • Crisis Assesment

    CRISIS ASSESSMENT: PART ONE LAKEISHA BRYANT JULY 28, 2013 COUN5238 DR. S. MCINTYRE Abstract: Depression is a growing number of issues among teens. However, it affects teenage girls the most. This paper will discuss the case of Ariadne. This paper will show how Ariadne will use and turn to others things to escape her problems and how the effort of a crisis assessment form and crisis counselor can help Ariadne reach a more stable lifestyle. Ariadne is a 17 year old Hispanic female with...

    Bipolar disorder, Counseling, Major depressive disorder 1466  Words | 4  Pages

  • counseling self awareness

     Counseling Assessment Leiteshia Carter Walden University The writer will summarize the results of the compassion fatigue test. As it relates to this self-assessment the writer will explain what was learned about vicarious trauma. In addition, the writer write describe strategies to combat vicarious trauma, noting why the writer selected each strategy. Compassion Fatigue Test According to Newell & MacNeil compassion fatigue is a combination of symptoms consisting of secondary trauma...

    Burnout, Compassion fatigue, Prayer 862  Words | 5  Pages

  • Crisis

    10 Rules of Crisis Management By Brian Ellis, EVP/Crisis Communications & whatcanbe Lab After 10 years in the news business and 20 years counseling clients how to stay out of headlines when a crisis strikes, I’ve developed 10 basic rules of crisis management. 1. Being Unprepared Is No Excuse. My father was an officer of the U.S. Army. Although I was never an active Boy Scout, their motto “Be Prepared” was drilled into my head at an early age. As I’ve toiled in this industry for the past two...

    A&E Network, Court, Crisis 1402  Words | 3  Pages

  • Counseling

    c Counselling Counseling is a dynamic interaction between counselor and counselee where a counselor adopts certain attitude and uses knowledge and skill to introduce and sustain in the clients learning process of self-expression leading to self understanding, leading to action so that the client changes his behaviour and solves his problems. Counselling is a non-directive talking therapy, which creates a non-judgemental space in order for you to work through your difficulties in a safe therapeutic...

    Counseling, Problem solving, School counselor 1488  Words | 6  Pages

  • Counseling

    Counseling can be viewed as relationship between two individuals, a counselor and a client, with the aim of helping the client overcome a problem or reduce adversary/suffering .In this relationship, the assumption is that the client is in a problem and needs assistance, while the counselor is experienced and possesses unconditional positive regard to the client. Therefore, counseling may also be regarded as a helping profession because it aims at helping the clients deal with the problems they face...

    Counseling, Mental health counselor, Mental health professional 951  Words | 3  Pages

  • Analyzing counseling theories

     Analyzing Counseling Theories Walden University Analyzing Counseling Theories Part 1: Chart Feminist Theory Transpersonal Theory Background Theory Betty Friedman The Feminine Mystique (1963) Feminist counseling (1970s) Radical, liberal, and moderate Maslow Fourth force Ken Wilber Spectrum or integral approach Human Nature Gender role expectations’ impact on human development Traditional theories are not applicable Prepersonal functioning ...

    Empiricism, Gender, Gender role 545  Words | 3  Pages

  • Counseling

    Initial Counseling Name: _______________________ Date: ______________________ The following counseling session is designed to inform you of what is expected of you concerning your job performance standards. This is an initial performance counseling and will be presented in a “list” format. You will receive feedback on your actual performance during your monthly performance counseling (DA Form 4856). During your monthly performance counseling we will discuss in detail the areas that you...

    Christopher Nolan, Following, Legal drinking age 913  Words | 5  Pages

  • Crisis Counseling: an Overview

    Wiley Periodicals, Inc. DOI: 10.1002/pits.20370 CRISIS COUNSELING: AN OVERVIEW JONATHAN SANDOVAL, AMY NICOLE SCOTT, AND IRENE PADILLA University of the Pacific Psychologists working in schools are often the first contacts for children experiencing a potentially traumatizing event or change in status. This article reviews basic concepts in crisis counseling and describes the components of psychological first aid. This form of counseling must be developmentally and culturally appropriate as...

    Applied psychology, Clinical psychology, Cognitive behavioral therapy 6710  Words | 23  Pages

  • Rape Trauma Syndrome

    Rape Trauma Syndrome Forensic Psychology 44.343.201 By: Hannah Elliott October 14th 2012 There are plenty of television shows and cases on the news that show or talk about rape victims, but it doesn’t impact us as much as it should. Do you know the mental or emotional trauma that these victims go through after they have become a rape victim? Rape is one of the harshest forms of criminal violence against another human being. The victim is rendered powerless by physical force, threats,...

    Crime, Criminology, Human sexual behavior 2640  Words | 7  Pages

  • Crisis Intervention for HIV Positive Diagnosis

    John is in a crisis situation. He is 30 years old and has recently learned that he has contracted HIV because he once was a heroin user and shared a dirty needle. He has now been clean for 1 year and attends a support group for recovering addicts. His fiancé, Jenny, left him after he told her of his diagnosis and he is despondent and feels he has no reason to live. John’s fiancé has not tested positive for HIV. John’s family consists of a mother, a father, and a sister who all live nearby. Active...

    Family, Grief, Hearing 523  Words | 3  Pages

  • The Effects of Trauma on Clients and Mental Health Counselors

    victims of trauma or is exposed to graphic pictures or text of trauma, can experience the effects of secondary or vicarious trauma. Vicarious trauma (VT) will affect thinking, while secondary traumatic stress (STS), or compassion fatigue, affects feelings and behavior of the counselor. The purpose of this paper is to discuss man-made or natural disasters as well as personal trauma, and the counselor’s role in these situations. Skills to help the counselor deal with the effects of vicarious trauma will...

    Child abuse, Counseling, Mental health 2037  Words | 5  Pages

  • Disasters, Crises, and Trauma-causing events

    Disasters, Crises, and Trauma-causing events Recently, many crises have occurred and it is difficult to choose among them but I will focus on the recent flooding in Colorado and the sudden death of a loved one by gun violence. The effects of these events will be different on the survivors, first- responders ,and the therapists who help them heal. I went to school at University of Colorado in Boulder, so I have a strong affinity for the area and people. The severe flooding in Boulder...

    Cognitive behavioral therapy, Counseling, Mental health 792  Words | 3  Pages

  • Crisis Interviention

    Chiapparelli Chiapparelli 2 Abstract I will be discussing the reasoning for crisis intervention skill in the law enforcement and how they use these specific techniques to avoid a crisis situation. In part two of this paper a specific scenario will be discussed as well as what I think the officer would do in that particular type of crisis situation and how he or she will intervene. ...

    Coping skill, Law enforcement agency, Management 1054  Words | 4  Pages

  • Coombs 3-Stage Approach to Crisis Management

    3-Stage Approach to Crisis Management What is a crisis? A crisis is a significant threat to an organizations operations that could result in negative consequences if not handled properly. A crisis can create three related threats: 1) Public safety 2) Financial loss 3) Reputation loss Crisis Management is a process designed to prevent or lessen the damage a crisis can inflict on an organization and its stakeholders. Coombs 3-Stage Approach to Crisis Management Crisis management can...

    Communication, Crisis, Crisis management 873  Words | 4  Pages

  • crisis

    meaning given to the term 'crisis.' It has to be put in some context. If by crisis one means that the prison system is teetering on the brink of collapse then the evidence available would suggest that there is no crisis at all. However the more likely interpretation is that there are actually very serious problems that either cannot or will not be alleviated. now when you look at evidence under this guise, one could strongly argue that our prison system is in a state of crisis. Presenting such an argument...

    Corrections, Criminal justice, Michel Foucault 2154  Words | 6  Pages

  • Crisis Management

    Crises Management in Public Schools Review of Crisis in Public Schools throughout the United States Throughout the United States students in public schools have experienced many crises. Students have witnessed or experienced many different types of crisis which can include: violence, death, accidents, family issues, natural disasters and terrorism. Statistics from the National Center for Educational Statistics (2008) show that in the 2003-04 school year there were 19 homicides and 3 suicides...

    Anxiety disorder, Crisis, Crisis management 1113  Words | 4  Pages

  • Online Counseling

    Technology in Counseling Argosy University/Atlanta Abstract Technological advances have opened many doors for the counseling field. These innovative changes incorporate the way services and information are disseminated and retrieved by practitioners and client. This paper looks at the commonly uses of communication modalities ethical issues, code of ethics, advantages, and disadvantages with online counseling. This paper also looks at the California Telemedicine Development Act of 1996. ...

    Counseling, Ethics, Mental health 1497  Words | 5  Pages

  • Lia M Essay 2 Trauma Spirituality Development

     Lia Morris Trauma, Development and Spirituality Liberty University Trauma, Development and Spirituality The American Psychological Association (2015), defines trauma as “an emotional response to a terrible event.” Traumatic events that occur in a child’s life may include any form of abuse, neglect, divorce or the sudden loss of a loved one. The purpose of this essay is to discuss childhood trauma and the outcome it has on neural development. Factors that lead to developmental delays following...

    Abuse, Anxiety, Child 1538  Words | 7  Pages

  • Crisis

    straightforward. Asked if he is concerned a splurge of borrowing will trigger a repeat of the financial bubbles that caused the crash and spur inflation as too much money chases too few goods, he is dismissive. "As far as planting the seeds of the next crisis, bear in mind that leverage is still falling, so I don't see the problem at this point," he says. In Krugman's view, concerns about ageing populations, looming health costs, the changing nature of the workforce in a digital age and competition from...

    Great Depression, Hyman Minsky, John Maynard Keynes 1240  Words | 4  Pages

  • Counseling Specializations and Mutidiciplinary Teams

    Counseling Specializations and Multidisciplinary Teams Christina Wile Capella University Counseling Specializations and Multidisciplinary Teams Developing a strong professional identity provides counselors with the opportunity to understand how their unique roles play a part in an overall client wellness team. Counseling professions from different specializations frequently need to work together to provide effective services to students and families. Overall, wellness can be established and managed...

    Clinical psychology, Counseling, Education and training occupations 1685  Words | 4  Pages

  • Childhood Trauma

    Childhood Trauma Family violence is always disheartening. Childhood sexual abuse is by far the worse. There are many forms of childhood sexual abuse. The sexual abuse can involve seduction by a beloved relative or it can be a violent act committed by a stranger. Childhood sexual trauma causes psychological, interpersonal, and behavioral. This paper will show a first account of the impact of childhood trauma. Family History Jewel grew up in turmoil. She found out from...

    Abuse, Bullying, Child abuse 1541  Words | 4  Pages

  • Counseling Case

    "Licensed professional counseling" means the application of counseling, human development, and mental health research, principles, and procedures to maintain and enhance the mental health, development, personal and interpersonal effectiveness, and adjustment to work and life of individuals and families”, and the scope of practice is as follows: “The scope of practice of a licensed professional counselor includes, but is not limited to: (1) the implementation of professional counseling treatment interventions...

    Counseling, Law, Licensed Professional Counselor 680  Words | 3  Pages

  • Grief Counseling

    Grief Counseling Axia College of University of Phoenix Grief is defined as a type of emotional or mental suffering from a loss, sorrow, or regret (Dictionary.com, LLC, 2010). Grief affects people of all ages, races, and sexes around the world. Approximately, 36% of the world’s population does or has suffered from grief and only a mere 10% of these people will seek out help (Theravive, 2009). Once a person is suffering from grief it is important to receive treatment. All too often, people ignore...

    Counseling, Grief counseling, School counselor 2170  Words | 6  Pages

  • Ethics in Counseling

    Ethics In Counseling Ivan C. Brooks Jr. Capella University Suicidal thoughts typical stem from some trauma that one might be subjected to sometime in their lives. Suicide is not the answer but sometimes its what people seek for to obtain closure. I will discuss a situation where a sexual relations what used to rationalize an inappropriate and ethically wrong situation by a counselor. This is taken direct from the text: Dorothy, age 23, seeks counseling from Gerald, an LPC in private...

    Child abuse, Child sexual abuse, Human sexual behavior 1333  Words | 4  Pages

  • Counseling Stages

    The Stages of Counseling Obviously there are many people who have problems and will need professional help. I will discuss the five stages of counseling and how to build a proper relationship to help a person turn their life around. As a future counselor, these steps will be so vital and important to my success as a counselor. The best way to help a person is by establishing a solid relationship with them. People want to feel comfortable in anyone’s presence; they want to be confident...

    Coaching, Counseling, Goal 1093  Words | 3  Pages

  • Model of Crisis Intervention

    http://EzineArticles.com/4946985 ABC Model of Crisis Intervention Assignment Prevention and Crisis Intervention Building rapport with your clients is one of the most important counseling skills to possess. As a Human Services provider, you must get clients to trust us and feel comfortable in the counseling room. If you don’t, then clients won’t share important details with us, won’t trust what we say, and in general won’t participate in the counseling process in the way that we need them to. ...

    Abuse, Bullying, Child abuse 1714  Words | 5  Pages

  • How to Overcome Childhood Traumas

    How to Overcome Childhood Traumas “Pain is inevitable. Suffering is optional,” is a Buddhist proverb. Everyone has had pain in their childhood. The pain can be as diminutive as finding out that Santa Claus and the Tooth Fairy are a sham, or it can be as immense as being abandoned and abused by someone. Trauma can leave mental, physical, and emotional scars that last a life time. As you transition from childhood to adulthood, letting your past skeletons haunt you will hold back and keep you in self...

    Antidepressant, Fluoxetine, Major depressive disorder 982  Words | 3  Pages

  • What is Substance Abuse Counseling

    Substance Abuse Counseling to Be: What is Substance Abuse Counseling? When Do I Counsel Someone? Why Would I Counsel? Due: June 20, 2014 WHAT: I am just starting to learn about the dynamics of substance abuse counseling. At this point, early on in my learning, I understand it to be a practice of advocacy to assist those persons with various levels of addiction in relation to drugs, alcohol and chemical dependency to a road of recovery. Substance abuse counseling identifies the...

    Addiction, Drug addiction, I Understand It 676  Words | 3  Pages

  • Substance Abuse Counseling

    Substance abuse counseling is a rewarding career for anyone who wants to help people who are battling addiction to drugs or alcohol. Counselors find work in therapeutic facilities, hospitals, prisons and halfway homes. They have a choice of working with teens or adults. The primary function of substance abuse counseling is to help people manage their addictions so they can return to society and function successfully as productive citizens. Substance abuse counseling can also include family members...

    Addiction, Clinical psychology, Drug addiction 527  Words | 3  Pages

  • Trauma Theory and Process

     Trauma Theory and Process Paul Gendreau New England College Abstract This paper will review trauma-related events, theory and process and the impact this has upon stabilization, treatment and planning for care. This form of counseling must be developmentally and culturally appropriate as well as individualized. Effective intervention can prevent post-traumatic stress syndrome and assist normal mourning processes associated with any losses experienced. These prevention...

    Cognitive behavioral therapy, Complex post-traumatic stress disorder, Posttraumatic stress disorder 2017  Words | 10  Pages

  • Communication Crisis

    Communication and Crisis Paper The nuclear reactor that malfunctioned, in the Three Mile Island created a release of radiation into the environment which caused a crisis. It drew a lot of media and created concerns in the local area and beyond. A traditional form of technology was used to notify the public, television networks and local radio stations were used. Compared to the crisis that took place in 2005, Hurricane Katrina, which devastated the New Orleans area, immersing many parts...

    American Red Cross, Crisis management, Emergency management 1470  Words | 5  Pages

  • The Effects of Trauma on Clients and Counselors

    Effects of Trauma on Clients and Counselors Walden University The Effects of Trauma on Clients and Counselors Some disasters make headlines, such as earthquakes or tornados, but many tragedies can hit close to home in the form of a fire burning an individual’s livelihood and belongings and car accidents (Shallcross, 2012). In the extent of things, these disasters are just as important to those involved as larger, more newsworthy tragedies (Shallcross, 2012). Two Examples of Trauma-Causing Events ...

    Active listening, For-profit universities and colleges, Laureate Education 961  Words | 4  Pages

  • Psychological Trauma

    Definition of traumaTrauma is an individual’s response to an emotionally distressing and unexpected event which overwhelms their capacity to manage. It can be a single event or enduring activity, which completely overwhelms the individual’s ability to manage the emotions associated with the experience. Traumatic events shatter an individual’s assumptions of trust, and shake the basis of their beliefs about safety. •Research has clearly demonstrated the link between severe abuse and traumatic...

    Abnormal psychology, Borderline personality disorder, Child abuse 1354  Words | 5  Pages

  • Crisis Intervention

    Analysis and Application: Crisis Case Handling September 2, 2012 CJ440-01 Unit 3 Homework Kaplan University Case One You have been called out to a scene in which a 35-year-old woman is experiencing a crisis. Her husband just committed suicide and she is distraught about her circumstances. What information would you want to know before intervening? After finding out the necessary information, how would you handle this case? I would follow the Six-Step Model of Crisis Intervention to handle...

    Delusion, Delusional disorder, Emotion 1693  Words | 5  Pages

  • Crisis Intervention

    ENFORCEMENT CRISIS INTERVENTION Law Enforcement Crisis Intervention Tishonda Williams Kaplan University CJ 440-01 Professor Morley Tuesday, August 6, 2013 Intervention 2 A crisis can be described as disruption or breakdown in a person’s normal or usual way of functioning in life, when individuals are confronted with problems that cannot be solved. (Caplan, G.1961) A crisis cannot be resolved by a person’s customary problem-solving resources/skills. Crisis can be...

    Crisis management, Individual, Law enforcement agency 2272  Words | 7  Pages

  • Trauma Medicine

    Norma Socci Trauma medicine, also known as emergency medicine, refers to the treatment of a physical wound caused by an external source. It can also be described as "a physical wound or injury, such as a fracture or blow”. Trauma injuries can be life threating if not treated within the “golden hour” which is a nickname for the first hour after a traumatic injury and is known to be the most crucial time for treatment. There are a multitude of causes for trauma injuries that affect the mind and...

    Emergency medical services, Injuries, Injury 1132  Words | 3  Pages

  • Counseling Youth in Times of Crisis

    Counseling Youth in Times of Crisis “Teenagers can be like elephants. If you’ve spent any time around them, this thought has probably crossed your mind, but hopefully wasn’t said out loud.” We sometimes think teenagers aren’t able to go far in life, or be anything but a problem. Living a carefree life not worried about anything or one around them. Some adults have no idea of all the struggles teenagers have to deal with. Just like adults they deal with stress, death, peer pressure, and...

    Death, Parasuicide, Suicide 4291  Words | 11  Pages

  • Counseling: Mental Health Counselor

    U03A1_ COUNSELING SPECIALIZATIONS AND MULTIDISCIPLINARY TEAMS_ARezendes Resilience, an Evolving Concept: A Review of Literature Relevant to Aboriginal Research Resilience, an Evolving Concept: A Review of Literature Relevant to Aboriginal Research Abstract In this paper, I will discuss the history of counseling; specifically how school counseling and mental health counseling came to be. I will also examine the key philosophies of the counseling profession including, wellness, resilience, and...

    Counseling, Mental health counselor, Mental health professional 1312  Words | 6  Pages

  • Crisis Management

    Crisis Management Jucynthia Jessie Crisis management is the application of strategies designed to help an organization deal with a sudden and significant negative event. Crisis Management. 2014 WhatIs.com. Retrieved March 18, 2014, from http://whatis.techtarget.com/definition /crisis-management Companies are faced with problematic decisions from day-to-day. With the expansion of new technology, it can become overwhelming to concept the impact. Many organizations are often in a position...

    Communication, Instant messaging, Mobile phone 744  Words | 3  Pages

  • Counseling Specializations and Multidisciplinary Teams

     Counseling Specializations and Multidisciplinary Teams Counseling is a relatively new profession (Aubrey, 1977, 1982). It developed in the late 1890s and early 1900s, and was interdisciplinary from its inception. “Some of the functions of counselors were and are shared by persons in other professions” (Herr & Fabian, 1993, p. 3). Before the 1900s, most counseling was in the form of advice or information. In the United States, counseling developed out of a humanitarian concern to improve the...

    Health care, Licensed Professional Counselor, Mental health 1266  Words | 4  Pages

  • Counseling Specializations and Multidisciplinary Terms

    COUNSELING SPECIALIZATIONS AND MULITDISCPIINARY TEAMS Counseling Specializations and Multidisciplinary Teams Juanita Duffy COUN 5004 Dr. BlaydesAbstract This paper discusses the importance of collaboration within the different specializations of the counseling field. Two specializations, mental health counseling and addictions counseling are reviewed and are brought together to help a hypothetical 12 year old girl “Ashley” in her own education and problem-solving while in therapy...

    Family therapy, Licensed Professional Counselor, Mental disorder 1341  Words | 8  Pages

  • Ptsd and Childhood Trauma

    PTSD and Childhood Trauma By Bob Murray, PhD Over the years my wife, and fellow therapist, Alicia Fortinberry, and I have treated many people who were suffering from what is called post traumatic stress disorder or PTSD including a number of Vietnam veterans. In talking to the vets I noticed that a pattern was developing which caused me to widen my enquiries to veterans who went through the same experiences in Asia, but who did not have the symptoms of PTSD. I have not had the time to do a formal...

    Abnormal psychology, Cognitive behavioral therapy, Complex post-traumatic stress disorder 2343  Words | 6  Pages

  • Childhood Trauma

    but as other commentators observe, some psychological sequelae may not surface for years, if at all. This does not mean that the original triggering episode was not traumatic. There is also the view that that the worst kind, or most extreme type of trauma may be the most likely to be actively suppressed at either a conscious or subconscious level. (Haddad & Garralda. 1992) Literature Review With an area of literature as vast as the one that we are considering here, it is often difficult to find...

    Abuse, Attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder, Clinical psychology 2108  Words | 6  Pages

  • Counseling Is A Relatively New Profession

     Counseling Specializations and Multidisciplinary Teams Counseling is a relatively new profession (Aubrey, 1977, 1982). It developed in the late 1890s and early 1900s, and was interdisciplinary from its inception. “Some of the functions of counselors were and are shared by persons in other professions” (Herr & Fabian, 1993, p. 3). Before the 1900s, most counseling was in the form of advice or information. In the United States, counseling developed out of a humanitarian concern to improve the...

    Health care, Licensed Professional Counselor, Mental health 1266  Words | 4  Pages

  • PTSD, Reliving Trauma

     PTSD, Reliving Trauma Tameka Sims 22167440 Liberty University Abstract Posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) has many symptoms and the DSM IV-TR tells us that there is a criterion that must be met in order to diagnose a person with PTSD. There are people from all walks of life that struggle with this disorder but there is hope in treatment. Posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is characterized by the re-experiencing of an extremely traumatic...

    Cognitive behavioral therapy, Complex post-traumatic stress disorder, Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders 1365  Words | 4  Pages

  • The Life-Span Developmental Approach to Counseling

    versus nurture debate by allowing for both. Just as our physicals selves are determined by both genetics and lifestyle, so are our emotional selves. As a Licensed Professional Counselor, I plan to consider life-span development to specialize in counseling a specific type of person with hopes of becoming well-versed, and therefore more helpful, in the types of experiences that group faces. "Personality can be better understood if it is examined developmentally" (Santrock, 2006, p. 45). Considering...

    Developmental psychology, Developmental stage theories, Erikson's stages of psychosocial development 1060  Words | 3  Pages

  • Adolescents and Counseling

    Adolescents in Group Counseling Many children and adolescents face developmental or situational difficulties in areas where they live most of their meaningful experiences—at home, at school, and in the community. While adults who struggle with life events and stressors may look to professional help, young individuals are quite alone in coping with these situations. Perhaps unsurprisingly, most children and adolescents typically do not seek such help, and often resist it when offered. (Shectman,...

    Art, Drama therapy, Human communication 2202  Words | 7  Pages

  • Counseling Theory Approaches

    would like to be “eclectic,” I think that until I have gained experience-counseling clients, I will focus my therapy around a few specific approaches through theoretical integration. These theories include Gestalt therapy, Existential therapy, and Cognitive behavior therapy. Because Gestalt therapy can be applied to such a wide range of problems and population and is especially well suited for the initial phases of crisis intervention work, I intend to apply it in my work with veterans and their...

    Behaviour therapy, Clinical psychology, Cognitive behavioral therapy 1952  Words | 6  Pages

  • Communication and Crisis Paper

    COMMUNICATION AND CRISIS PAPER Bobbi Simkins HCS/350 APRIL 8, 2013 PATRICE ROSS COMMUNICATION AND CRISIS PAPER “A crisis occurs when a stressful life event overwhelms an individual’s ability to cope effectively in the face of a perceived challenge or threat” (Arnold & Boggs, 2011, pg. 415). When people are in a crisis situation they tend to forget their normal coping measures. When people train on crisis situations, they tend to perform better during a crisis event. “A favorable outcome...

    Crisis management, Health, Health care 847  Words | 3  Pages

  • Counseling Interview Paper

    Counselor Interview Paper Jessica Peacock I plan on going into the School Counseling field, so for my interview I went to a long time family friend Kay Weems. Kay is a school counselor currently at Madison Station Elementary, but she has 19 years of experience at different levels of education in counseling and in different environments as well. She also was an elementary teacher for 10 years prior to becoming a school counselor. Kay went to school at Mississippi State and received a bachelor’s...

    Education and training occupations, High school, Psychotherapy 1007  Words | 3  Pages

  • Future Trends in Crisis Intervention

    Future Trends in Crisis Intervention Abstract Mental Health Paraprofessionals (MHPP) will work with the client and family on behavioral issues that occur in the home, school, and community. The MHPP serves on the treatment team and assists professional staff with the execution of the treatment plan. They also assist with securing community services that might be available to the client and the client's family. The purpose of intensive Mental Health Paraprofessional Intervention is to enable the...

    Money, Professional, Psychology 1317  Words | 4  Pages

  • Trauma

    Emergency Resuscitation Perioperative Anesthesia Surgical Management Volume 1 TRAUMA Editors William C. Wilson, MD, MA Clinical Professor Director of Anesthesiology Critical Care Program Department of Anesthesiology and Critical Care University of California, San Diego School of Medicine La Jolla, California Director of Trauma Anesthesia Associate Director Surgical Intensive Care Unit UC San Diego Medical Center San Diego, California, U.S.A. Christopher M. Grande, MD, MPH Executive...

    Emergency medical services, Emergency medicine, Intensive care medicine 35060  Words | 131  Pages

  • Group Counseling

    Growing Trends in Group Counseling Growing Trends in Group Counseling: Ethical and Technological Issues that Effect Vocational Rehabilitation Term Paper By Diadra McGraw 546 Group Counseling Dr. B. Canfield February 26, 2008 Abstract This paper explores the different ways in which group counseling can be used for the purpose of Vocational Rehabilitation. It also gives detailed information of how technology can be used in group counseling during Vocational Rehabilitation...

    Business ethics, Counseling, Ethics 1532  Words | 5  Pages

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