bshs445 | undergraduate
Survey Of Crisis And Mental Health Issues And Interventions
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Introduction to Crisis Intervention
- Explain the process of crisis and its influence on mental health.
- Describe the evolution of crisis intervention services.
- Analyze the different crisis intervention theories and models.
- Examine the implications of multicultural awareness in crisis interventions.
Crisis Assessment and Intervention
- Apply the tasks in the hybrid model of crisis intervention.
- Demonstrate the use of the ABC approach of assessing in crisis intervention.
- Describe the characteristics of a good listener in relation to crisis situations.
- Analyze models associated with crisis intervention.
Crisis in the Community
- Analyze the implications of myths regarding suicidal clients.
- Explain assessment strategies for suicide risk.
- Describe the stages of crisis intervention in an inpatient mental health setting.
- Examine the implications of school-based interventions.
- Determine appropriate intervention strategies for individuals dealing with crises.
- Apply strategies to promote change.
- Examine crisis counseling intervention components.
- Describe the consequences of ignoring personal crisis.
Compassion Fatigue and Disaster Response
- Differentiate between burnout and compassion fatigue.
- Examine alternate approaches to the delivery of mental health services.
- Identify the global initiatives for improving international crisis intervention services.
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