Crisis and Trauma Counseling: Unique Forms of Helping by Eric Owens and Richard D. Parsons introduces students to the nature of crisis and provides them an overview of the knowledge, skills, and dispositions required by mental health professionals to successfully assist in a time of crisis. The book contains several pedagogical features to facilitate learning and improve the student experience.
Crisis and Trauma Counseling: Unique Forms of Helping - Features and Benefits
Case Illustrations provide ample opportunities for students to draw practical connections between the material within the book and real-world scenarios.
Exercises throughout the text represent engaging and interactive opportunities for students to apply what they’re learning, participate in meaningful reflection, and build knowledge and understanding.
A Chapter Summary at the end of each chapter reinforces key concepts and encourages student understanding and retention.
Important Terms are identified at the end of each chapter, helping students build their vocabulary and knowledge of critical concepts.
Informational Tables and Figures provide emphasis and detail for material covered throughout the book.
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