Crisis Intervention Book 2
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Crisis Intervention Book 2 : The Practitioner's Sourcebook for Brief Therapy

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What could be more timely than this outstanding update on crisis intervention theory and its application to current concerns facing the mental health delivery system? Howard and Libbie Parad's opening chapter on crisis intervention is state-of-the-art and should be required reading for everyone in mental health care, regardless of experience or service setting. With a rapidly increasing demand for crisis intervention services, all clinicians need to be familiar with the applications of crisis intervention techniques. A generation ago, Howard Parad took major leadership in developing and introducing crisis intervention theory and practice. Building on this tradition and in the context of a very different world, Libbie and Howard Parad have developed a well-integrated and edited volume that presents the latest in theory and practice in the areas of stress, crisis, and time limited treatment. This volume offers expanded and sophisticated conceptualizations of the meaning of stress in mental and emotional health and illness. It guides readers to a number of valuable and practical brief therapy models for prevention, change and growth. Crisis Intervention, Book 2 is an invaluable resource for all clinical practitioners, trainers, and teachers.show more

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  • Paperback | 416 pages
  • 152 x 228 x 26mm | 598.75g
  • Fenestra Books,US
  • Tucson, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1587365340
  • 9781587365348
  • 1,581,745

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