Research/Articles/References

Acosta, Judith, LCSW and Judith Simon Prager, PhD. The Worst is Over: Verbal First Aid to Calm, Relieve Pain, Promote Healing, and Save Lives. 2002 

De Jong, Peter and Insoo Kim Berg. Interviewing for Solutions “Chapter 10 – Interviewing in Crisis Situations.” 2002

DeWolfe, Deborah J., PhD, MSPH. Mental Health Response to Mass Violence and Terrorism. 2004

DeWolfe, Deborah J., PhD, MSPH. Training Manual for Mental Health and Human Services Workers in Major Disasters. 2000

Dietz, Timothy W., BS. Scenes of Compassion: A Responder’s Guide for Dealing with Emergency Scene Emotional Crisis. 2001

Dyregrov, Atle. Psychological Debriefing: A Leader’s Guide for Small Group Crisis Intervention. 2003

Everly, George S., Jr., PhD and Jeffery T. Mitchell, PhD. Critical Incident Stress Debriefing: An Operations Manual for CISD, Defusing, and Other Group Crisis Intervention Services. 1993

Everly, George S., Jr., PhD and Jeffery T. Mitchell, PhD. Critical Incident Stress Management: A New Era and Standard of Care in Crisis Intervention. 1997

Farberow, Norman L. and Norma S. Gordon. Manual for Child Health Workers in Major Disasters.1981

Johnson, Kendall, PhD. Classroom Crisis: The Teacher’s Guide. 2004

Johnson, Kendall, PhD. School Crisis Management: A Hands-on Guide to Training Crisis Response Teams.2000

Lee, Russell and Dan Casey, ed. Crisis and Trauma in Colleges and Universities. 2004

Lerner, Mark D., PhD and Raymond D. Shelton, PhD. Comprehensive Acute Traumatic Stress Management: Addressing the Emergent Psychological Needs of Individuals, Groups, and Organizations Before, During, and After a Traumatic Event. 2005

Myers, Diane, RN, MSN. Disaster Response and Recovery: A Handbook for Mental Health Professionals. 1994

Oriol, William. Psychosocial Issues for Older Adults in Disasters. 1999

Roberts, Albert R., ed. Crisis Intervention Handbook: Assessment, Treatment, and Research. 2000

Schoenfeldt, Mary. Picking up the Pieces: Responding to School Crisis. 1999

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