The Prevention And Management Of Mental Health Emergencies

The Prevention And Management Of Mental Health Emergencies

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National Behavioral Intervention Team Association
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It is difficult for student affairs professionals to effectively address the myriad of mental health crisis events with which they come in contact on a daily basis. These challenges include: depression, sexual assault, anger and aggression, alcohol and prescription pill addiction, eating disorders, passive aggression, anxiety and panic, trauma recovery, Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, borderline personality, disorder, and those recovery from grief or loss. This book offers 15 engaging and accessible case studies that offer practical guidance for residence life staff, conduct officers, campus law enforcement, faculty and administrators to better manage mental health crisis events on campus. Each case study contains thought provoking-discussions, questions, advice on what to do and what not to do, as well as additional resources, and insightful summaries on how to address the problem from the counseling perspective. Unlike other technical manuals that discusses mental health emergencies, this book offers advice and guidance in a clear, easy to understand language and is specifically tailored for student affairs professionals.

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