Crisis Intervention and Prevention Strategies
1ST PAPER AND DOCUMENT, APA FORMAT, 300 WORDS
- One crisis is a person who presents with suicide ideation. What are effective crisis intervention strategies used for each of the following: a high-risk suicidal client, a middle-risk suicidal client, and a low-risk suicidal client? What makes these intervention strategies work?
- Suicidal individuals do not always provide clues to what they are considering. How will you as a human service professional be able to read between the lines to understand when the suicidal risk is high for a client? How comfortable would you be in asking the questions necessary to provide the proper interventions and following through on the interventions? Explain your answer, and provide examples to illustrate it.
- Human service professionals and crisis workers may also be confronted with a client who has homicidal thoughts. What are three things a crisis worker should explore with a client who is suspected of being homicidal? How comfortable are you with using these techniques? What would be one of your biggest fears as the crisis intervention worker when dealing with a person who is homicidal, and why?
ON A SEPERATE PAPER AND SEPERATE SENT DOCUMENT: APA FORMAT, 300 WORDS, QUALITY PAPER AND ORIGINAL
Describe how a crisis worker assesses a client’s risk for suicide.
- Discuss the questions a crisis worker should consider when assessing a client’s homicidal tendencies.
- Identify which of Erikson’s Psychosocial Stages of Development that relate to adolescents.
- Discuss social issues that may precipitate a crisis for adolescents.
- Explain what interventions you would recommend to address those social issues.
Solution PreviewNon-demand caring contacts: a pool of research-based evidence shows that the implementation of a post-discharge contact for follow-ups with a high-risk suicidal client can effectively prevent the event from happening. Despite this strategy not being part of any…