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ERIC Number: ED353488
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1991
Pages: 112
Abstractor: N/A
Resources in Crisis Intervention: School, Family and Community Applications.
Sandoval, Jonathan, Ed.
Originally developed to respond to the Desert Storm/Persian Gulf War, this resource book provides information designed to help parents, teachers, and service providers to plan and implement a comprehensive response to meeting children's emotional needs during a crisis. Contributors are experts on different kinds of crises that school age children typically face. Papers included are: (1) "Crisis Counseling in the Schools" (Jonathan Sandoval); (2) "Crisis Counseling: Conceptualizations and General Principles" (Jonathan Sandoval); (3) "Best Practices in Crisis Intervention" (Valerie Smead); (4) "Best Practices in Crisis Intervention" (Scott Poland and Gayle Pitcher); (5) "Crisis Response Teams: A Must for All School Districts" (Al Neuhaus); (6) "Crisis Teams Can Minimize Traumatic Events" (from "Spotlight," Newsletter of the Los Angeles School District); (7) "Role of the School Psychologist in Confronting Crisis" (Stewart Ehly); (8) "Child Psychiatrists Describe Children's Reactions to Disaster" (summary of an article in the "Journal of the American Academy of Child Psychiatry"); (9) "Bereaved Children Speak" (Dorothy Vacca); (10) "Children and Anxiety" (Thomas Huberty); (11) "Children and Reactions to Death" (Charles Heath); (12) "Physical, Emotional and Behavioral Reactions to Crises" (B. Q. Haffen and B. Peterson); (13) "Reactions to Crises: Developmental Differences" (Scott Poland); (14) "Children and Responses to Desert Storm: Teacher Handout" (Debby Waddell and Alex Thomas); (15) "School's Response to Death, Suicide and Loss" (Peter Sheras); (16) "What to Say When Someone Dies" (Ann Mueller); (17) "Children in Crisis: Stress and Coping" (Stewart Ehly); (18) "Tips for Teachers in Dealing with Crises" (Scott Poland); (19) "Children's Response to Crisis: A Developmental Perspective" (Margaret Dawson); (20) "Responses to Children and Adolescents: Developmental Perspectives" (Scott Poland); (21) "Children and Responses to Desert Storm: A Parent Handout" (Debby Waddell and Alex Thomas); (22) "Parents' Responses to Children" (Scott Poland); (23) "Effects of Trauma Still a Part of Everyone's Life" (Betty Spicher); (24) "Effects Last Even When Sun Shines" (Jan Harlsom); (25) "Winnetka: One Year Later" (Harry Dillard); (26) "Early Intervention in a Disaster: The Cokeville Hostage/Bombing Crisis" (Nohl Sandall); (27) "Impressions of the Bay Area Quake" (Betty Spicher); (28) "Cross Cultural Issues in Responding to a Tragedy: The Stockton Schoolyard Shootings" (Mike Armstrong); and (29) "Disaster Team Works During Crisis" (Gary Aderman). (NB)
National Association of School Psychologists, 8455 Colesville Rd., Suite 1000, Silver Spring, MD 20910 ($26, Order #6009).
Publication Type: Collected Works - General; Guides - Non-Classroom
Education Level: N/A
Audience: Parents; Teachers; Community; Practitioners
Language: English
Sponsor: N/A
Authoring Institution: National Association of School Psychologists, Silver Spring, MD.
Grant or Contract Numbers: N/A