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Title Helping clients in crisis / [presented] by Renée Bradford Garcia, LCSW
Published Alexandria, VA : Microtraining Associates, 2018

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Description 1 online resource (36 min.)
Summary Proficiency in crisis intervention strategies is an essential skill for all helping professionals. Crisis intervention techniques are often used when working with suicidal clients, victims of domestic violence and in disaster relief. In "Helping Clients in Crisis", Renee Bradford Garcia, LCSW, reviews crisis theory, differences between crisis and trauma, and intervention techniques when working with clients in crisis. She examines Roberts' Seven Stages of Crisis Intervention model, and uses this model in her role-play session with a female client who was referred by the National Domestic Violence Hotline after a violent altercation with her long-time partner. Watch Renee conduct a crisis assessment, establish rapport with her client, identify the major issues, work with feelings and emotions, explore alternatives, and develop an action plan
Notes Title from resource description page (viewed August 15, 2018)
Performer Presenter: Renée Bradford Garcia
Notes In English
Subject Crisis intervention (Mental health services)
Crisis intervention (Mental health services)
Genre/Form Instructional films.
Instructional films.
Form Streaming video
Author Garcia, Renée Bradford, on-screen presenter
Microtraining (Firm), publisher.
Crosstown Productions, distributor.