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Title FDNY crisis counseling : innovative responses to 9/11 firefighters, families, and communities / Paul Greene ... [and others].

Published Hoboken, N.J. : Wiley ; Chichester : John Wiley [distributor], 2006.

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Location Call No. Status
 UniM Bail  616.85210651 FDNY    AVAILABLE
Physical description xx, 268 pages ; 23 cm
Contents Chapter 2 Coping with Chaos 10 -- Counseling Service Unit Pre-9/11 11 -- CSU Response to 9/11 16 -- Assessing the Community 18 -- Receiving Outside Help 21 -- CSU Expansion 23 -- Connecting with the Firefighting Community 23 -- Connecting with Families 24 -- Family Liaisons 26 -- Moving Forward 29 -- Defining a Timeline for Your Community 30 -- Chapter 3 Understanding Culture 33 -- Cultural Identity 35 -- Applying Cultural Identity to Intervention 37 -- Firefighting History and Tradition in New York 39 -- Modern Firefighting in New York City 45 -- FDNY as a Paramilitary Organization 47 -- Everyday Life in the Firehouse 48 -- Rituals and Rank 50 -- Common Bonds 54 -- Family Ties That Bind 56 -- Heroics, Media, and Politics 60 -- Brotherhood and Its Loss 63 -- Chapter 4 Shaping Services to Meet Emerging Needs 68 -- Assessment and Planning 69 -- How the Nature of the Event Shapes the Response 74 -- Listening and Responding to Emerging Needs 79 -- Strengthening the CSU Identity 82 -- Establishing Provider Networks 83 -- Building a Staff: Both Peer and Professional 87 -- Care for the Caregivers 90 -- Keeping the Machinery Going: Funding and Resource Development 95 -- Thoughts for the Future 96 -- Chapter 5 Providing Help in the Workplace: The Firehouse Clinician Project 98 -- Mindset of FDNY Firefighters 98 -- Intervention: Placing Clinicians in Firehouses 100 -- Population: Defining Who Needed Services 103 -- Theoretical Orientation 106 -- Intervention Goal 107 -- Selecting and Training Firehouse Clinicians 111 -- First Visit to the Firehouse 115 -- Revamping Professional Boundaries 120 -- Preparing to Be a Firehouse Clinician 125 -- Termination Countertransference: The Time to Leave the Firehouse 134 -- Chapter 6 Modifying Psychotherapy for Individuals 136 -- Individual Psychotherapy with Firefighters 136 -- Parameters of Individual Treatment 140 -- Choosing Individual Psychotherapy 143 -- Implications for Psychotherapy Technique 149 -- Chapter 7 Finding Comfort in Groups 154 -- Why Group Intervention? 155 -- Therapy Groups versus Support Groups 156 -- Trauma Groups 156 -- On-Site Interventions 159 -- Office-Based Groups: Middle and Later Phase 162 -- Importance of Homogeneity in Group Formation 164 -- Traumatic Bereavement Groups 165 -- Single-Session Groups 176 -- A Final Word about Groups 178 -- Chapter 8 Providing a Home-Based Therapeutic Program for Widows and Children 180 -- Understanding the Experience for Mothers and Children 181 -- Developing CSU Services for Bereaved Families 187 -- Creating a Preliminary Model for the Family Program 189 -- Preliminary Trauma, Grief, Reconstitution Model 191 -- Implementing the Family Program 196 -- Intervention Goals for Children and Adolescents 198 -- Intervention Goals for Adults 199 -- Therapeutic Approaches 199 -- Chapter 9 Strengthening Connections within the Family at Home 212 -- Impact of Trauma on Relationships 215 -- Reaching Out to Families 217 -- Developing an Effective Intervention 219 -- Couples Connection Weekend 220 -- Chapter 10 Assisting Retirees in Transition 231 -- When the Losses of 9/11 Were Compounded by the Loss of a Job 231 -- Retiree Experience 234 -- Stay Connected Program 236 -- Protracted Time Lines 248 -- Community of Grievers 249 -- Crisis Counseling over the Long Haul 250 -- Public versus Private Mourning 251 -- Value of Pre-planning 253 -- Posttraumatic Growth 255.
Other author Greene, Paul (Paul A.)
Subject Psychological debriefing.
Post-traumatic stress disorder.
September 11 Terrorist Attacks, 2001.
ISBN 0471714259 (paperback) £25.95