Elements of Crisis Intervention: Crises and how to Respond to Them
With its practical, hands-on approach, this text is perfect for counselors, human service workers, law enforcement, nurses, psychologists, social workers or other professionals who encounter crisis situations. This book is designed to aid in practical, day-to-day, on-the-scene crisis intervention.
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