• Issues in Community Couseling
    ISSUES IN COMMUNITY COUNSELING Issues in Community Crisis Counseling Oluwakemi Amola North Carolina Central University Abstract Crisis counseling is a time-limited program designed to assist persons affected by trauma, return to their pre-trauma level of functioning. Crisis counselors utilize...
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  • Christian: Crisis & Trauma
    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...
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  • Crisis Counseling: an Overview
    46(3), 2009 Published online in Wiley InterScience (www.interscience.wiley.com) C 2009 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...
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  • Crisis Paper
    a town that is in trouble. Your challenge is to DISCUSS and learn what you would want to include in your individually submitted written plan for a crisis intervention service center. The center must consider the needs of your potential client population and the types of crises that they may face. After...
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  • Goal Statement
    program: Master of Science in Mental Health Counseling with a specialization in Trauma and Crisis Counseling Personal/Professional Goals My professional goal is to obtain Walden’s Master’s degree in mental health counseling with a specialization in trauma and crisis and become a Licensed Professional Counselor...
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  • Article annotation
    The articles I chose to cite and annotate involve the career path that I want to go into the most, which is to be a therapist who assist families in crisis and anyone who is struggling with mental disorders. The research that I did consists of protocol that psychologists should follow, the importance of...
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  • psychology
    Alisha james Introduction to Mental Health Counseling Week 9 Assignment Trauma-Causing Events Natural Disaster On August 29, 2005, one of the deadliest hurricanes devastated the historic city of New Orleans, better known as Hurricane Katrina. Hurricane Katrina claimed the lives of over 2,000 New...
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  • Coping with Grief
    everyone deals with trauma and stress differently, there are some common reactions, including: · Recurring thoughts or nightmares about the event · Difficulty sleeping or changes in appetite · Anxiety and fear, especially when exposed to events or situations reminiscent of the trauma · Feelings of depression...
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  • Annotated Reference List
    Annotated Reference List Janell Jackson Dec 3, 2012 The first article I read was "Christian Counseling, Interpersonal Neurobiology, and the Future" by Tim Clinton and Gary Sibcy. This article was about creating ground breaking and biblically based strategies based on observation and experiment...
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  • Psychotherapy
    Psychotherapy, also known as crisis counseling, is an organized conceptual framework, which uses multiple psychological theories to assist an individual towards problem resolution. This type of therapy / counseling may be appropriate after crisis intervention since the goal of psychotherapy is problem...
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  • The Effects of Trauma on Clients and Mental Health Counselors
    Introduction Anyone who deals regularly with 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...
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  • How trauma affects clients and counselors
     David Whetzel Abstract Trauma can affect anyone from first responders, to clients and counselors. Trauma can be caused by a natural disaster like a hurricane and tornadoes, to floods and draught. Trauma can also be manmade such as a terrorist attack or even spousal and rape. These traumatic experiences...
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  • Trauma
    The Effects of Trauma on Clients and Mental Health Counselors Elissa A. Shapiro Walden University The Effects of Trauma on Clients and Mental Health Counselors The long lasting effects of trauma can be severe for both the client and the mental health counselor. Working with clients who have survived...
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  • Intro to Crisis Counseling Notes
    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...
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  • Need Help Aspa
    Future Trend in Crisis Intervention Janet Colon November 14, 2011 University of Phoenix/Rachel Gridley/BSHS471 ...
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  • management
    performance. B. Trauma -occurs following a major threat to one's security. The event could be a natural disaster, an organizational crisis, dramatic employee abuse by the employer, or personal job loss. -another source of trauma, is to witness workplace violence. 3 types of trauma: a) Workplace Trauma -the disintegration...
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  • Discipleship Counseling and Helping Others Find Healing Through Christ
    This was a paper for the Christian Counseling course I took earlier this year. Abstract This paper identifies what some causes of thinking errors are, how they develop and affect an individual on a day to day basis. It will also review how some defense mechanisms are used to survive a traumatic...
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  • Jones
    Another fact towards the pro-debriefing sides stated that CISM represents seven core elements; pre-crisis preparation, large scale demobilization procedures, individual acute crisis counseling, family crisis intervention, follow up procedures, brief small and large group discussions. Two facts stated...
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  • Children and Domestic Violence
    show symptoms of psychological and emotional trauma. It is estimated that at least one in every three women have been or will be beaten, coerced into sex, or otherwise abused in her lifetime (http://therapistfinder.net /Domestic-Violence/Domestic-Violence-Crisis-Hotlines.html). Furthermore, physical violence...
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  • Research
    Crisis Intervention Notes Tuesday, January 22, 2013 What is a Crisis? - James (2008)- perception of an event as an intolerable difficulty that exceeds the person’s current resources of coping mechanisms - Range in type and severity - Predictable and unexpected 3 Elements of a Crisis 1. Precipitating...
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