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Problems In Practice - Coping With Crises (Cód: 9241602)


Academic Press

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Problems In Practice - Coping With Crises



There are few professionals who do not come into contact with people in crisis, whether a nurse caring for the victim of a road accident, a teacher trying to reach an unhappy pupil, a manager announcing redundancies, or a health visitor breaking bad news. Some are trained in crisis work; others are expected to 'pick it up as they go along'.This is a book for anyone who works with people in crisis. It can equally well be read by their clients, since it aims to give the reader a basic understanding of crisis and to relate this to their own experience. Indeed, everyone reading this book will fall into one of three categories: those who have had a major life crisis, those who are currently facing one, and those who are going to have one. For this reason, much of 'Coping with Crises' is written to help you understand your crises as well as other people's.Professional help should go hand-in-hand with the person's own resources; the aim is to 'enable' rather than 'disable' the person's own coping mechanisms. The skilled helper is not the one who 'takes over', but rather the one who helps others to help themselves. To do this, you need to understand the psychology of coping and of how people seek and accept help. There are few professionals who do not have to deal with other people's crises, whether a nurse caring for the victim of a road accident, a doctor breaking bad news or a teacher dealing with a child whose parents are separating. Some are trained in crisis work; most are expected to pick it up as they go along.


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Marca Academic Press
Cód. Barras 9780901715814
Altura 21.72 cm
I.S.B.N. 9780901715814
Profundidade 0.99 cm
Referência 000609000
Acabamento Brochura
Ano da edição 1991
Idioma Inglês
Número de Páginas 120
Peso 0.16 Kg
Largura 13.72 cm


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