School-Based Crisis Intervention Preparing All Personnel to Assist

ISBN-10: 1593851510
ISBN-13: 9781593851514
Edition: 2005
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Book details

List price: $37.00
Copyright year: 2005
Publisher: Guilford Publications
Publication date: 3/17/2005
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 174
Size: 8.50" wide x 11.00" long x 0.25" tall
Weight: 1.254
Language: English

Melissa Allen Heath, PhD, is an assistant professor in the Department of Counseling Psychology and Special Education at Brigham Young University. Her primary research interest is crisis prevention and intervention in the school setting. She is a licensed psychologist and a nationally and state-certified school psychologist. In addition to serving on school crisis teams, district crisis teams, and community crisis teams, she also received crisis training through Red Cross Disaster Mental Health and Community Emergency Preparedness Training (CERT). Over the past 10 years, she has worked with schools and communities in developing basic training materials for crisis intervention. Dawn Sheen is currently a master's student in school psychology at Brigham Young University. Prior to graduate school, she was a middle school teacher specializing in multicultural awareness and French and Spanish language instruction. Her previous experience with crisis intervention includes managing a women's shelter for those affected by domestic violence and assisting with a community rape crisis hotline. Recognizing the need for student involvement with disaster preparedness, she sponsored an after-school "Masters of Disaster" class taught in conjunction with the Red Cross. Her research interests include crisis prevention and intervention as well as multicultural issues in school settings.

List of Worksheets, Handouts, Overheads, Tables, and Figure
Introduction to Crisis Intervention
Defining a Crisis and Levels of Intervention
Prevention: Fostering a Supportive, Inclusive, and Positive School Climate
Targeting Bullying and Harassment
Suggested Learning Activities for Teacher and Staff Training
Student Response to Emotional Stress and Trauma
Responding to a Crisis
What Is a School Crisis Plan?
Common Problems with Crisis Plans
What Is a Crisis Team?
Control and Organization during a School Crisis
Classroom Emergency Kits
Roles and Responsibilities of Each Adult
A Crisis Plan in Action
Effective Crisis Intervention for Students from Diverse Backgrounds
The Stockton Schoolyard Shootings
Current School Demographics
Ethnic Diversity
Linguistic Diversity
Matching Services to Multicultural Needs
Planning and Conducting a Multicultural Needs Assessment
Communication: How to Listen, What to Say, and How to React
Referring to a Professional
Strengthening Communication Skills
Listening to Students in Crisis: Basic Listening Skills
Position
Body Language
Speech
Action Plan
Follow-Up
Teaching Listening Skills
Video Clip: City Slickers
Video Clip: A Christmas Story
Video Clip: As Good as It Gets
Summary of Good Listening Skills
Communicating with Community Mental Health Professionals
Reporting Suspected Abuse
Communicating with Parents
Communicating with the Media
Children's Literature: A Resource to Assist with Crisis Intervention
What Is Bibliotherapy?
Stages of Bibliotherapy
Literature Selection
Teaching Process
Signs of Distress
Summary
Additional Materials
Assisting Students with Specific Problems
Depression
Anxiety
Chronic Illness
Difficulties Making and Keeping Friends
Divorce
Problems at Home
Abuse
Suicide
Death and Grieving
Staff Training Handouts
Handout and Overhead Topics
Bibliotherapy Activities
Suggested Books
Classroom Activities
Activities for Mental Health Professionals
Additional Activities
Activities Related to Feelings
Getting to Know You Activities
Teamwork Activities
Communication Activities
Problem-Solving Activities
Self-Image Activity
Preparing Noninstructional Personnel and Bus Drivers to Assist with Crisis Prevention and Intervention
Preparing Bus Drivers to Assist
Preparing Custodial Staff and Cafeteria Workers to Assist
Conducting Staff Training
Crisis Intervention Topics for Noninstructional Staff
Inventory of Staff Skills
Guidelines for Involving Staff in Crisis Intervention
Avoiding Burnout: Taking Care of Yourself
What Is Burnout?
Factors That Increase Stress
Symptoms of Burnout
Keeping Yourself Emotionally Healthy
Evaluate Your Strengths and Weaknesses
Share and Delegate Responsibilities
Maintain Appropriate Boundaries
Develop Support Networks
Stress-Reducing Activities
Staff and Teacher Training Activity
Conclusion
Free Crisis Intervention Resources from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration
Additional Books for Bibliotherapy
References
Index

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