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Counseling Crime Victims Practical Helping Strategies for Mental Health Professionals

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ISBN-10: 0826115195

ISBN-13: 9780826115195

Edition: 2008

Authors: Laurence Miller

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By distilling and combining the best insights and lessons from the fields of criminology, victimology, trauma psychology, law enforcement, and psychotherapy, this book presents an integrated model of intervention for students and working mental health professionals in the criminal justice system.
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Book details

Copyright year: 2008
Publisher: Springer Publishing Company, Incorporated
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 432
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.25" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 1.584
Language: English

Crime victimization: patterns, reactions, and clinical syndromes
Crime and crime victims: the clinical and social context
Psychological reactions to crime victimization: posttraumatic symptoms and syndromes
Psychological disorders associated with crime victimization
Crime victim trauma: confounding symptoms and syndromes
Foundations of practical and clinical strategies for crime victims
On-scene crisis intervention: guidelines for law enforcement, emergency services, and mental health responders
Symptom management and short-term mental health stabilization
Counseling and psychotherapy of crime victims
Family survivors of homicide: symptoms, syndromes, and practical interventions
Family survivors of homicide: psychotherapeutic strategies
Special victims: applications of crime victim counseling and therapy to populations at risk
Rape and sexual assault
Domestic violence
Workplace violence
Bullying and school violence
Victims of terrorism
Our own medicine: counseling and psychotherapy of mental health professionals
Your day in court: crime victims, mental health clinicians, and the legal system