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This professional resource for educators, psychologists, and counselors focuses on Life Space Crisis Intervention, a strategy to help guide young people through stressful experiences. The second edition of this important book offers a significant breakthrough in teaching professionals the unique skills of interviewing children and youth during interpersonal crises.
Part One prepares an adult to deal with all aspects of student stress.
Part Two teaches the six sequential steps involved in carrying out successful life space crisis intervention, based on Fritz Redl's concepts.
Part Three describes six types of therapeutic life space crisis interventions that are typical and beneficial to students in conflict. This book is a must have for special educators, counselors, principals, child care workers, social workers, probation workers, and psychologists who work with students who have special needs.
281 pages • E-Book • ©2001
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