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Since the first edition was published in 1988, the role of crisis intervention and prevention has become central to mental health professionals working in the schools. Disasters such as hurricane Katrina, terrorist attacks both in this country and around the world, and various school shootings have greatly increased school crisis research and policy development. This book is designed for an introductory graduate course taken by students in school psychology, school counseling, and school social work. Section I provides a crisis response overview, section II deals with crises for children and adolescents and section III covers crises that manifest in adolescence. Discussions of the 16 most prevalent types of crises are covered in sections II and III and include their characteristics, causes, interventions, and preventive programs. All chapters will be updated, six heavily revised or totally rewritten by new authors, and two new chapters (chapters 8 & 19) have been added.
1. Conceptualizations and Principles of Crisis Counseling, Intervention, and Prevention, Jonathan Sandoval 2. Preparing for the School Crises Response, Stephen E. Brock 3. Considering Culture in Crisis Work, Jonathan Sandoval 4. School Entry, School Failure, and the Discovery of Learning Disabilities, Collette L. Ingraham
5. Divorce: Crisis Intervention and Prevention with Children of Divorce and Remarriage, Andrew M. Lamden & Jonathan Sandoval 6. Bullying: Students hurting students, Juliana Raskauskas 7. Child Maltreatment, Linda Webster 8. Helping Children Cope with Grief, Aubrey Uresti 9. Illness: A Crisis for Children, Dianne Castillano & Amy N. Scott 10. Disabled, Incarcerated or Deployed Parents, Mari Griffiths Irvin, Melissa Keane & Jonathan Sandoval 11. The Stress of Moving, Jonathan Sandoval12. Acts of Violence, Jonathan Sandoval, Stephen E. Brock & Katie Knifton 13. Preparing for and Responding to Disaster, Stephen E. Brock, Quinn Ballard & Christina Saad 14. Suicide, Oanh Tran, Alexis S. Pham & John M. Davis 15. Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Questioning (LGBTQ) Youth, Suzy R. Thomas 16. Adolescent Pregnancy and Parenthood, Katherine Hadley Cornell 17. Conflict and Crisis within the Family System, Suzy R. Thomas & Jeff Cook 18. Rape and sexual assault, Virginia Schiefelbein & Jonathan Sandoval 19. Non-suicidal Self Injury, David N. Miller
Under the advisory editorship of Daniel Newman, the Routledge Consultation, Supervision, and Professional Learning in School Psychology Series will provide a full array of handbooks, textbooks, and books for practitioners focused on the areas of school consultation, supervision, and professional learning. Contributions to the series will focus on the process and outcomes of indirect service delivery in schools. Handbooks will be edited volumes that provide in-depth, up-to-date coverage of the latest theories, research, methodologies, issues, applications, and policies in targeted areas of study. Each handbook will profile the boundaries and various sectors within its field of study and will vary in length from 400 to 600 printed pages. Textbooks may be either edited or authored volumes that include some theory but focus mainly on the skills that are central to evidence-based practice. They will generally range from 200-400 pages. Books for practitioners will be authored volumes that provide actionable strategies for working professionals. They will generally range from 150-300 pages. Following is a list of recent publications and volumes currently in development: