Crisis, Trauma, and Disaster
A Clinician's Guide
- Linda Lutisha Black - University of Northern Colorado, USA
- Stephen V. Flynn - Plymouth State University
Crisis Intervention/Trauma | Trauma | Working with Trauma
This book is very easy to read and provides a lot of resources to assist crisis management professionals.
This book provides students with a comprehensive overview of crisis, trauma, and disaster that is written in a student-friendly way with examples and case illustrations. In addition, the book is written with professional developmental stages in mind so the information can be scaffolded if used in their course. The unique thing is that the authors discuss group application and provide actual examples of assessments and models that can be used or easily researched.
Very thorough and addresses today’s crises in our field of study.
I would tell students that this text is relevant to the work they will do in the future, will be used as a preparatory text for licensure exams, course material is applicable to both personal and professional life.
This book is an excellent high level reference to counseling skills within the context of crisis, trauma, and disasters.
This book is a comprehensive introductory text on the topic of crisis and trauma for counseling candidates. This book understands the developmental process of how to address the various demands of crisis counseling and presents it in an easy to read manner. This book makes no assumptions and provides a very thorough approach to counselor development by establishing strong foundations and building upon them.
Very useful tool to better understand how to work with victims exposed to crisis and trauma.
After reviewing the content of this textbook it is clearly written and will be an asset to the students.
Sample Materials & Chapters
Chapter 1: The Context of Caring
Chapter 2: History and Theoretical Foundations of Crisis and Crisis Counseling