People in crisis: understanding and helping
A Valuable Resource for Crisis Intervention ''With societal problems increasing, this book is critical for its usefulness to a wide variety of clinical concerns.... A must for all practitioners in primary care settings.''--Ann W. Burgess, University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing Now in its fourth edition, this is a comprehensive guide to the current theory and practice of successful strategies for working with people in crisis. This timely book takes a holistic approach, providing information for understanding, assessing, and intervening. It focuses on the victim/survivor and the assailant, and details how to administer prevention, crisis intervention, and follow-up care.
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