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Crisis Intervention and Counseling by Telephone

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Published by Charles C Thomas Pub Ltd .
Written in English


Edition Notes

ContributionsGene W. Brockopp (Editor), David Lester (Editor)
The Physical Object
Number of Pages322
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL7469974M
ISBN 100398026416
ISBN 109780398026417

The publication of Counselling by Telephone is, therefore, timely, bringing together a vast amount of information and experience about telephone helplines, which has been accumulated in the last decade. It is a source book for those wishing to find information about how counselling by telephone works in different settings – the many case. This book is a comprehensive look at the theory, practice, and outcomes of telephone crisis intevention. David Lester has organized all of the major studies of telephone crisis intervention and presents them in a framework that includes a historical as well as current perspective/5(3).

Shelves: crisis-counseling, pastoral-care, crisis-intervention A book from the suggested reading list for a January mester course at Brite Divinity, Pastoral Care in Congregations - Howard Stone is such a fine writer, and provides excellent examples of all his ideas/5. Equipping you with crisis prevention and intervention strategies for handling difficult behavior. Find out how on-site training can help you address your organization's challenges. We'll bring the training to you—right at your location and at your convenience. Download a collection of our top 5 guides, all bundled into one handy set of tips.

Crisis counselling is not intended to provide psychotherapy or similar, but offers a short-term intervention to helps clients receive assistance, resources, stabilisation and support. Crisis intervention differs from other counselling interventions in that it focuses on short-term strategies to prevent damage during and immediately after the.   Great crisis intervention book! I learned so much! I was sad that my course did not cover the chapter on School Crises and Crisis in Institutions. I read all of the other chapters. I will probably read those two soon though. Reading this book has helped me clarify wanting to work in disaster counseling/5.


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This third edition of Crisis Intervention and Counseling by Telephone and the Internet addresses many of the issues and nuances of providing crisis services over the Internet. The editors of the book have gathered the collective knowledge of twenty-six of the leaders in the field of crisis center work.

This is an excellent handbook that will be 5/5(1). Crisis intervention is most frequently provided by firefighters, police officers, emergency medical or search and rescue personnel, nurses, physicians and other hospital workers, communications personnel and community members. Basics of Crisis Intervention.

Three goals guide techniques used in crisis intervention: Mitigate impact of event. Get this from a library. Crisis intervention and counseling by telephone. [David Lester;] -- "The text offers specific techniques to deal with out-of-control situations with the highly important initial steps to protect the caller, the crisis worker, and the community.

The scope of the book. This book is a comprehensive look at the theory, practice, and outcomes of telephone crisis intevention. David Lester has organized all of the major studies of telephone crisis intervention and presents them in a framework that includes a historical as well as current by: Module 6 CRISIS INTERVENTION Dealing with individuals in various states of crisis is one of the primary responsibilities of shelter workers whether it is in person or supporting someone on a telephone crisis line.

In order to manage a crisis situation it is helpful to have a framework from which to work. Roberts ()File Size: KB. First part of the book reviews some ways telephone counseling and crisis intervention are used by different agencies - suicide prevention center, teenage hot line, and individual psychotherapists.

Get this from a library. Crisis intervention and counseling by telephone and the Internet. [David Lester; James R Rogers;] -- "This book will further stimulate interest and discussion of the telephone and the Internet as a mode of treatment.

In this extensively revised third edition, a practical framework for providing. Write a page paper (plus APA title page) and identify: (1) who is in crisis (may be more than one, but primary one), (2) the nature of the crisis, (3) the course of the crisis, (4) apply crisis intervention model, (5) identify potential resources needed, (6) discuss the person’s attempt at coping with the crisis (whether effective or not.

Crisis Intervention takes into account various environments and populations across the lifespan to provide students with practical guidelines for managing crises. Drawing on over 25 years of relevant experience, authors Alan A.

Cavaiola and Joseph E. Colford cover several different types of crises frequently encountered by professionals in medical, school, work, and community. This extensively revised second edition provides a practical framework for offering immediate problem-solving assistance by telephone to persons in crisis.

The text offers specific techniques to deal with out-of-control situations with the highly important initial steps to protect the caller, the crisis worker, and the community. The scope of the book includes an overview of counseling Author: David Lester.

Basic strategies for crisis intervention have been identified by Myer and James () in the book “Crisis Intervention Strategies, 6th Edition.” These nine strategies are used to help stabilize the client and can be used at any time in the crisis intervention process. These strategies are listed below.

Counseling skills were evaluated in a telephone counseling service for Vietnam veterans. Thirty simulated crisis calls were made to telephone counselors by experienced clinical psychologists. The counselors' responses were rated on dimensions that indexed general counseling skills, knowledge of veteran needs, and provision of appropriate by: 4.

Telephone counseling was born out of the development of crisis intervention services, including suicide [Show full abstract] and teen hotlines, in the s. Complete the minute Crisis Counselor application and consent to a background check. Complete the hour web-based crisis counseling and intervention training.

“ The great conversations leave you warm and fuzzy – those are good for the soul. The hard conversations require patience and fortitude – those are good for the spirit.

crisis counseling is discrete and has limited goals to ensure safety and promote overall stability. The goal is to provide emotional support and concrete feedback/assistance for the individual.

Crisis counseling helps problem-solve and assists individuals in. Crisis Intervention Strategies- Ch 6 Telephone and Online Crisis Counseling. STUDY. Flashcards.

Learn. Write. Spell. Test. PLAY. Match. Gravity. Created by. jmem Case Handling on telephone crisis lines Telephone counseling strategies Regular, severely disturbed, and abusive callers. Terms in this set (57) most often used suicide.

In the process of dealing with group crisis intervention, various forms of psychosocial intervention services have been developed, including the intervention model of expert-coach-teacher collaboration after the Wenchuan earthquake 10 and the equilibrium psychological intervention on people injured in the disaster incident after the Lushan.

Crisis intervention and counseling by telephone and the Internet, edited by David Lester and James R. Rogers (with 24 other contributors), (electronic resource) Publication.

Springfield, Ill., Charles C. Thomas, Publisher, ; Note Revised edition of: Crisis intervention and counseling by telephone / edited by David Lester Bibliography note.

• Since crisis intervention is the first intervention that a client may encounter after a calamity, the goal is always to reestablish immediate coping skills, provide support, and restore pre-crisis functioning.

• Crisis intervention requires responders to possess familiarity with the work Size: KB. Telephone Counseling Strategies. Making Psychological Contact. Providing support is a priority. Defining the Problem.

Have a list of feeling words that describe emotions. Have a list of standard questions to review. Keep notes on the client. Ensuring Safety and Providing Support. Ask questions that start with do, have, and are. Crisis Intervention Goals. The precise goals of a crisis intervention depend, of course, on the specific nature of the crisis.

However, crisis-oriented treatments do share a number of common goals. For example, the general goals of crisis intervention File Size: 59KB.Crisis Counseling is written for persons who seek to provide such assistance, whether as ministers or hotline volunteers or pastoral counselors.

Here, Howard W. Stone unites the historic skills of pastoral care and counseling with the recent methods of crisis intervention from the fields of psychology and psychotherapy.5/5(1).CRISIS COUNSELING At different points in life most people experience some kind of crisis.

A crisis is defined as a situation or event in which a person feels overwhelmed or has difficulty coping. A crisis might be caused by an event such as the death of a family member, the loss of a job, or the ending of a relationship.

During such times people experience a wide range of .