Crisis Intervention
Human crises; preventive, developmental, and remedial interventions within school and family systems.
CPSE
655
 Hours3.0 Credit, 3.0 Lecture, 0.0 Lab
 PrerequisitesNone
 Taught 
Course Outcomes: 


History

Basic understanding of the history of crisis intervention.

Theories and Models

Understanding of the theoretical underpinnings of crisis intervention.

Theories and Models

Knowledge/understanding of basic models of crisis intervention.

Ethics

Knowledge of ethical and professional responsibilities in the area of crisis intervention.

Communication

Competency in communicating with parents/guardians, teachers, and other professionals concerning children's needs not only during and following crisis situations, but primarily in a preventative role to bolster support and strengthen coping skills.

Communication

Ability to interface with community agencies and outside support networks to provide additional social and psychological support for children and families in need.

Development and Implementation

Ability to identify, recommend, and implement practical school based interventions during times of specific individual or group crises.

Development and Implementation

Ability to assist in developing, critiquing, and reviewing specific school crisis prevention and intervention plans.