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The goal of this updated and expanded edition is to provide knowledge and methods applicable to particular crisis circumstances. Specific topics include: core concepts that are fundamental to all intervention efforts, crisis theory and the philosophy of crisis intervention, basic communication and problem-solving skills, suicide prevention, assistance for terminally ill persons, bereavement counseling, intervention with crime victims, rape counseling, group strategies, family and marital interventions, disaster relief, case management, physical facilities, training, and burnout prevention procedures.
This is a definitive, state-of-the-art resource for professionals who provide bereavement care to families when a baby or older child dies. Culling the most important new evidence from scholars and practitioners worldwide, it links theoretical knowledge and clinical practice recommendations to fill a gap in the current literature.