Advanced Crisis Intervention Part II
Presentation by: Jane Dwyer, MSW, LCSW
Advanced Crisis Intervention
Contemporary approaches for the journey of transforming
trauma by regaining emotional and cognitive control
1. Explain the psychodynamics of trauma
2. Define Rape-Related PTSD
3. Recall Core Communication Skills
Individual Diagnosis and resulting
outcomes can be affected by the following:
• Ego strength
• Resilience
• Victimization History
• Previous mental health disorders
• Coping style
Disorders associated with
traumatic coping responses:
Posttraumatic Stress
Depression/Mood
Disorders
Addiction/Substance Abuse
Narcissistic Personality Disorder
Obsessive Compulsive
Disorder
Borderline Personality Disorder
Dissociative Disorders
Mechanisms for
controlling Pain
Memory
organization,
storage, and
retrieval
The effects of
physiological activity on
traumatic processing
Disassociation
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Denial
Arousal
Self-fragmentation
Defensive Mechanisms
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Individual counseling
Pharmacological
Family therapy
Group therapy/Peer support
Spiritual counseling
Expressive arts
Twelve Step Groups
Rape-Related Post-Traumatic Stress
Disorder (RR-PTSD) Symptoms
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Re-experiencing the trauma (Recurring thoughts)
Social Withdrawal (Numbing)
Avoidance behaviors and actions
Increased physiological arousal characteristics (Hyperarousal)
Attending Behavior
Reflecting Feeling
Interpreting
Effective Questioning
Communicating feeling
and immediacy
Enlisting
cooperation
Reflecting Content
Confronting
Information giving
Selfdisclosing
James, R.K., Gilliland, B. E.,(2013) Crisis Intervention Strategies. Belmont,
California: Brooks/Cole. (7th edition)
Brown, S., (2007) Counseling Victims of Violence. Alameda, CA: Hunter
House Publications. (2nd edition)
Echterling, L.G., Presbury, H.H., & McKee, J.E. (2006) Crisis Intervention:
Promoting resilience and resolution in troubled times. Upper Saddle
River, NJ:
Pearson.
Evans, D., Hearn, M., Uhlemann, M., Ivey,A. (2011) Essential Interviewing: A
programmed approach to effective communication. Belmony, CA:
Brooks/Cole. (8thedition)
McKay, M., Davis, M., Fanning, P. Thoughts & feelings: taking control of your
moods and life. Oakland, CA. New Harbinger Publications. (4th Edition)
Myer, R., (2001) Assessment for Crisis Intervention: A triage assessment
model. Belmont, CA: Wadswoth/Thomas Learning.
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Life After Trauma Workbook: http://ucenickiparlament.weebly.com/uploads/9/2/4/7/9247538/life_after_trauma__prirucnik.pdf
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Sexual Violence Interventions: http://www.vawnet.org/sexual-violence/intervention.php
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CBT Worksheets for PTSD: http://www.psychologytools.org/ptsd.html
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Trauma Healing Exercise: http://www.new-synapse.com/aps/wordpress/?p=187
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Broken Bowl Project: http://christabrennan.wordpress.com/2013/03/08/the-broken-bowl-project/
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Coping Skills Toolbox: http://thefatgrackle.tumblr.com/post/45987684417
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Trauma Masks: http://creativesocialworker.tumblr.com/post/66721624148/trauma-masks-in-this-activity-theclients-create
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Crystal Ball activity: http://www.art-feels.com/post/42511853048/task-2-crystal-ball-create-a-crystal-ball
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Boundaries activity: http://arttherapydirectives.blogspot.com/2012/07/boundary-drawings.html
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53 Art Therapy Blogs: http://stuartcline.wordpress.com/2013/11/09/52-art-therapy-blogs-you-do-not-want-to-miss/
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100 art therapy exercises: http://stuartcline.wordpress.com/2013/09/27/100-art-therapy-exercises-to-make-yourmind-body-and-spirit-sing/
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Focus Card: http://www.createmixedmedia.com/blogs/creative-insights/creative-insights-karen-wallace-3
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Advanced Crisis Intervention Part II