Brief therapeutic approach which is ameliorative rather than curative of acute psychiatric emergencies. Used in contexts such as emergency rooms of psychiatric or general hospitals, or in the home or place of crisis occurrence, this treatment approach focuses on interpersonal and intrapsychic factors and environmental modification. (APA Thesaurus of Psychological Index Terms, 7th ed)
Organized services to provide immediate psychiatric care to patients with acute psychological disturbances.
Agents of the law charged with the responsibility of maintaining and enforcing law and order among the citizenry.

Psychological debriefing for road traffic accident victims. Three-year follow-up of a randomised controlled trial. (1/129)

BACKGROUND: Psychological debriefing is widely used for trauma victims but there is uncertainty about its efficacy. We have previously reported a randomised controlled trial which concluded that at 4 months it was ineffective. AIMS: To evaluate the 3-year outcome in a randomised controlled trial of debriefing for consecutive subjects admitted to hospital following a road traffic accident. METHOD: Patients were assessed in hospital by the Impact of Event Scale (IES), Brief Symptom Inventory (BSI) and questionnaire and re-assessed at 3 months and 3 years. The intervention was psychological debriefing as recommended and described in the literature. RESULTS: The intervention group had a significantly worse outcome at 3 years in terms of general psychiatric symptoms (BSI), travel anxiety when being a passenger, pain, physical problems, overall level of functioning, and financial problems. Patients who initially had high intrusion and avoidance symptoms (IES) remained symptomatic if they had received the intervention, but recovered if they did not receive the intervention. CONCLUSIONS: Psychological debriefing is ineffective and has adverse long-term effects. It is not an appropriate treatment for trauma victims.  (+info)

Randomised controlled trial of midwife led debriefing to reduce maternal depression after operative childbirth. (2/129)

OBJECTIVE: To assess the effectiveness of a midwife led debriefing session during the postpartum hospital stay in reducing the prevalence of maternal depression at six months postpartum among women giving birth by caesarean section, forceps, or vacuum extraction. DESIGN: Randomised controlled trial. SETTING: Large maternity teaching hospital in Melbourne, Australia. PARTICIPANTS: 1041 women who had given birth by caesarean section (n= 624) or with the use of forceps (n= 353) or vacuum extraction (n= 64). MAIN OUTCOME MEASURES: Maternal depression (score >/=13 on the Edinburgh postnatal depression scale) and overall health status (comparison of mean scores on SF-36 subscales) measured by postal questionnaire at six months postpartum. RESULTS: 917 (88%) of the women recruited responded to the outcome questionnaire. More women allocated to debriefing scored as depressed six months after birth than women allocated to usual postpartum care (81 (17%) v 65 (14%)), although this difference was not significant (odds ratio=1.24, 95% confidence interval 0.87 to 1.77). They were also more likely to report that depression had been a problem for them since the birth, but the difference was not significant (123 (28%) v 94 (22%); odds ratio=1. 37, 1.00 to 1.86). Women allocated to debriefing had poorer health status on seven of the eight SF-36 subscales, although the difference was significant only for role functioning (emotional): mean scores 73.32 v 78.98, t= -2.31, 95% confidence interval -10.48 to -0.84). CONCLUSIONS: Midwife led debriefing after operative birth is ineffective in reducing maternal morbidity at six months postpartum. The possibility that debriefing contributed to emotional health problems for some women cannot be excluded.  (+info)

A special courage: dealing with the Paddington rail crash. (3/129)

Supporting traumatized employees requires special skills and techniques if it is to be effective. Unfortunately, there is little to inform or guide organizations on how this should be achieved. The present controversy over the use of trauma management systems and debriefing has not been helpful in informing organizations on the best way to take care of employees who become traumatized during the course of their work. This paper looks at how Sainsbury's Supermarkets Ltd managed traumatization through the activation of its Violence at Work policy and procedures, and finally presents the results of an evaluation exercise that was undertaken following the Paddington rail crash.  (+info)

Effects of a coping intervention on patients with rheumatic diseases: results of a randomized controlled trial. (4/129)

OBJECTIVE: To test the effects (on coping, social interactions, loneliness, functional health status, and life satisfaction) of an intervention aimed at teaching people with rheumatic diseases to cope actively with their problems. METHODS: A total of 168 patients with chronic rheumatic disorders affecting the joints were randomly assigned to a coping intervention group, a mutual support control group, or a waiting list control group. Measurements were by self-report questionnaires. RESULTS: Post-intervention measurements showed that the coping intervention increased action-directed coping and functional health status, but these effects did not persist up to 6-months followup. In patients who attended at least half of the 10 sessions, the coping intervention contributed to decreased loneliness at post-intervention and to improvements in social interactions and life satisfaction at 6-months followup. CONCLUSION: Teaching patients with rheumatic diseases to cope actively with their problems had positive impacts. Consequently it is recommended that the coping intervention be incorporated into regular care. Maintenance sessions are advisable.  (+info)

The World Trade Center attack. Lessons for all aspects of health care. (5/129)

The attack on the World Trade Center had the potential to overwhelm New York's health services. Sadly, however, the predicted thousands of treatable patients failed to materialize. Horror and sadness has now been replaced by anger, fear, and the determination to be better prepared next time. This determination not only exists in politics but also in health care, and as with all attempts to enforce change there needs to be a period of collecting opinions and data. This article introduces nine reviews in Critical Care offering varied health care perspectives of the events of 11 September 2001 from people who were there and from experts in disaster management.  (+info)

The World Trade Center attack. Helping the helpers: the role of critical incident stress management. (6/129)

Healthcare and prehospital workers involved in disaster response are susceptible to a variety of stress-related psychological and physical sequelae. Critical incident stress management, of which critical incident stress debriefing is a component, can mitigate the response to these stressors. Critical incident stress debriefing is a peer-driven, therapist-guided, structured, group intervention designed to accelerate the recovery of personnel. The attack on the World Trade Center, and the impact it may have on rescue, prehospital, and healthcare workers, should urge us to incorporate critical incident stress management into disaster management plans.  (+info)

The World Trade Center attack. Lessons for disaster management. (7/129)

As the largest, and one of the most eclectic, urban center in the United States, New York City felt the need to develop an Office of Emergency Management to coordinate communications and direct resources in the event of a mass disaster. Practice drills were then carried out to assess and improve disaster preparedness. The day of 11 September 2001 began with the unimaginable. As events unfolded, previous plans based on drills were found not to address the unique issues faced and new plans rapidly evolved out of necessity. Heroic actions were commonplace. Much can be learned from the events of 11 September 2001. Natural and unnatural disasters will happen again, so it is critical that these lessons be learned. Proper preparation will undoubtedly save lives and resources.  (+info)

Telephone intervention with family caregivers of stroke survivors after rehabilitation. (8/129)

BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE: Social problem-solving therapy shows promise as an intervention to improve the well-being of family caregivers. There is some evidence that training in problem solving may be effectively delivered by telephone. The purpose of this study was to quantify the impact of social problem-solving telephone partnerships on primary family caregiver outcomes after stroke survivors are discharged home from a rehabilitation facility. METHODS: Using a randomized 3-group repeated-measures experimental design, 74 stroke survivors with an admitting diagnosis of ischemic stroke and their primary family caregivers were entered into the study. The intervention consisted of an initial 3-hour home visit between a trained nurse and the family caregiver within 1 week after discharge to begin problem-solving skill training. This initial session was followed by weekly (the first month) and biweekly (the second and third month) telephone contacts. RESULTS: Compared with the sham intervention and control groups, family caregivers who participated in the social problem-solving telephone partnership intervention group had better problem-solving skills; greater caregiver preparedness; less depression; and significant improvement in measures of vitality, social functioning, mental health, and role limitations related to emotional problems. There were no significant differences among the groups in caregiver burden. Satisfaction with healthcare services decreased over time in the control group while remaining comparable in the intervention and sham intervention groups. CONCLUSION: These results indicate that problem-solving training may be useful for family caregivers of stroke survivors after discharge from rehabilitative facilities.  (+info)

Crisis intervention is a immediate, short-term emergency response to help individuals who are experiencing an acute distress or destabilizing event and are at risk of harm to themselves or others. The goal of crisis intervention is to restore equilibrium and ensure the person's safety, while also addressing any immediate needs or concerns. This may involve various strategies such as:

1. Psychoeducation: Providing information about the crisis situation, common reactions, and coping skills.
2. Emotional support: Offering a safe and non-judgmental space for the person to express their feelings and concerns.
3. Problem-solving: Helping the person identify potential solutions to the crisis situation and make informed decisions.
4. Safety planning: Developing a plan to ensure the person's safety and prevent future crises.
5. Referral: Connecting the person with appropriate resources and services for ongoing support and care.

Crisis intervention is often provided by mental health professionals, such as counselors, social workers, or psychologists, in various settings including hospitals, emergency departments, crisis hotlines, and community mental health centers.

Emergency services in psychiatry, also known as crisis intervention services, refer to immediate and urgent mental health services provided to individuals who are experiencing an acute mental health emergency. These services aim to assess, manage, and stabilize the individual's mental health crisis and ensure their safety, as well as the safety of others.

Psychiatric emergency services may include:

1. Crisis hotlines: 24-hour telephone support lines that provide immediate assistance and referral to appropriate mental health services.
2. Mobile crisis teams: Mental health professionals who provide on-site assessment, intervention, and referral services in the community.
3. Psychiatric emergency departments: Specialized units within hospitals that provide urgent psychiatric evaluation, treatment, and short-term stabilization for individuals in a mental health crisis.
4. Inpatient psychiatric units: Short-term hospitalization for individuals who require intensive psychiatric care and monitoring during a crisis.
5. Respite care services: Temporary supportive housing and care for individuals in a mental health crisis, providing relief for both the individual and their family or caregivers.

The primary goal of psychiatric emergency services is to provide timely and effective interventions that can help prevent further deterioration of the individual's mental health, reduce the risk of suicide or self-harm, and promote recovery and stabilization.

I apologize for the confusion, but "Police" is not a medical term. It refers to a civil force that maintains order, prevents and detects crime, and enforces laws. If you have any medical terms or concepts you would like me to explain, please let me know!

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  • The global health crisis makes these needs particularly acute. (socialistproject.ca)
  • Crisis intervention is a crucial skill for counselors when working with clients facing acute crises or emergencies. (muslimcounsellor2023.com)
  • We are a 24/7 single point access for behavioral health, Crisis and homeless services for individuals and families. (grassrootscrisis.org)
  • The goal of CI services is to assess and stabilize situations (through brief and/or intense interventions) to provide appropriate mental and behavioral health service referrals. (herosadvocacygroup.com)
  • DBH offers a set of supportive, short- and intermediate-term behavioral health interventions that address survivors' emotional responses to a natural or human-caused disaster or traumatic event. (cdc.gov)
  • Many[vague] have criticized critical incident debriefing for its effectiveness on reducing harm in crisis situations. (wikipedia.org)
  • It prepares students to respond to a variety of crisis situations in different professional settings. (esu.edu)
  • Through a bibliographic review, this paper proposes the contextualization of emergency and catastrophe situations that cause crisis and traumas, highlighting the most suitable interventions for such cases. (bvsalud.org)
  • Crisis processes can result from natural disasters, from accidents, or even from situations directly caused by human beings, as in cases of interpersonal violence. (bvsalud.org)
  • CI services offer Rehabilitative Mental Health (RMH) interventions that target urgent situations where youth are experiencing trauma. (herosadvocacygroup.com)
  • By employing these skills, a counselor can effectively navigate crisis situations, provide immediate support, and empower clients to move toward healing and recovery. (muslimcounsellor2023.com)
  • Situations or conditions requiring immediate intervention to avoid serious adverse results. (bvsalud.org)
  • The crisis intervention stage of Roberts' ACT model aims to resolve the client's present problems, stress, psychological trauma, and emotional conflicts using a time-limited and goal-directed approach with minimal contacts. (wikipedia.org)
  • Home-Based Crisis Intervention teams provide vital mental health care to these individuals in surroundings familiar to them so that they can avoid the emotional trauma often associated with hospitals. (fingerlakesdailynews.com)
  • Self-Care for the Counselor: Recognize the emotional impact of crisis intervention and practice self-care strategies. (muslimcounsellor2023.com)
  • Follow-Up: Arrange for post-crisis evaluation, and potential booster sessions to prevent relapse or recidivism. (wikipedia.org)
  • Documentation: Maintain thorough and accurate records of the crisis intervention, including assessments, interventions, and referrals. (muslimcounsellor2023.com)
  • It is hoped that this risk assessment will facilitate the coordination of activities among all partners working among the populations currently affected by the crisis and that it helps in guiding needs assessments and the orientation of emergency health response strategies. (who.int)
  • Crisis Intervention is emergency psychosocial care aimed at assisting individuals in a crisis situation to restore equilibrium to their biopsychosocial functioning and to minimize the potential for psychological trauma. (esu.edu)
  • All participants received a psychosocial intervention that included education materials, 24-hour availability of crisis management, and counseling sessions. (medscape.com)
  • CI is provided in a variety of settings, including but not limited to assessing psychiatric emergencies, crisis stabilization, temporary and/ or transitional housing. (herosadvocacygroup.com)
  • The characteristics of volunteers in crisis intervention centers. (cdc.gov)
  • It united, then tore apart to conquer power, plunging the country into a never-ending military and humanitarian crisis. (internationalviewpoint.org)
  • The program includes courses covering the skills necessary to assess and deescalate crises. (esu.edu)
  • Here are some key strategies and approaches that a counselor can use in crisis intervention: Assessment and Triage: Quickly assess the client's immediate safety and the severity of the crisis. (muslimcounsellor2023.com)
  • The model approaches crisis intervention as an instrument to help the client to achieve their baseline level of functioning from the state of crisis. (wikipedia.org)
  • [ 1 ] Demoralization is a common element of adjustment disorders that may provide grounds for effective treatment interventions, either problem-solving approaches or psychotherapy. (medscape.com)
  • BACKGROUND: Brief admission by self-referral, a novel crisis intervention designed to reduce suicide and self-harm in adults, was adopted for adolescents in paediatric psychiatry in Malmö, Sweden, in 2018. (lu.se)
  • INTERPRETATION: Our findings suggest that brief admissions can be successfully implemented in paediatric psychiatry and appear to be an effective crisis management method for adolescents, associated with reduced demand for emergency care. (lu.se)
  • Crisis intervention is a time-limited intervention with a specific psychotherapeutic approach to immediately stabilize those in crisis. (wikipedia.org)
  • They are: Stabilize Acknowledge Facilitate understanding Encourage adaptive coping Restore functioning or, Refer The SAFER-R model can be used in conjunction with the Assessment Crisis Intervention Trauma Treatment. (wikipedia.org)
  • In testimonials, we have heard from nurses who found themselves in crisis resulting from workplace violence. (cdc.gov)
  • Opportunities exist for a finer focus on modernized interventions that prevent workplace violence toward home healthcare workers and for fostering innovative solutions for addressing any resulting traumatic impacts. (cdc.gov)
  • The Crisis Intervention Certificate is an interdisciplinary program designed for majors in Psychology, Social Work, Health, and Education although it welcomes students from all disciplines. (esu.edu)
  • In such a situation, the current unrest in Crimea, the involvement of Russian military and the possible military intervention in Russia is juxtaposed by the extensive political, diplomatic and economic support of the new Ukrainian government by the EU and the US. (proessay.com)
  • A crisis multiplied tenfold by the adventurous military intervention Decisive Storm, launched in 2015 by Mohamed bin Salman (MBS), the new strongman of Saudi Arabia, with the support of his ally and mentor Mohamed bin Zayed, of the United Arab Emirates, under the aegis of the American, and more discreetly French, umbrella. (internationalviewpoint.org)
  • Referral to Specialized Services: Identify and facilitate connections with appropriate community resources, such as emergency services, crisis hotlines, or support groups. (muslimcounsellor2023.com)
  • Crisis events tend to occur suddenly and without warning, leaving little time to respond and resulting in trauma. (wikipedia.org)
  • This model, along with the SAFER-R model, is used to restore one's mental state, but it is also used to prevent any trauma that may occur psychologically during a crisis. (wikipedia.org)
  • Herman's Intervention Model of Recovery Therapeutic healing according to Herman, 1997, is the most important thing a therapist brings into the relationship with a client like Kathy, who has experienced any form of psychological trauma, is the formation of a healing relationship. (ipl.org)
  • WW Norton & Company, 2002, books.google.com/books?hl=en&lr=&id=kQE008A-KJwC&oi=fnd&pg=PP15&dq=Does stress damage the brain%3F: understanding trauma-related disorders from a mind-body perspective&ots =NjYA-3ei28&sig=Ar1ZaSwf69ahCWlnh3l_qRqd_T8#v=onepage&q&f=false. (ipl.org)
  • For others, the post-crisis trauma persisted, requiring years of therapy. (cdc.gov)
  • Five Essential Elements of Immediate and Mid-Term Mass Trauma Intervention: Empirical Evidence. (cdc.gov)
  • In intervention for individuals facing personal or societal crises, there are five universal principles to guide the process. (wikipedia.org)
  • Crisis intervention programs for disaster victims in smaller communities. (cdc.gov)
  • It helps give these line officers, social workers, detention officers, and other folks the skills and abilities to help bring that individual out of crisis, so that they can start directing them to services they need within the Missoula community. (kmmsam.com)
  • 13-million dollars has been made available to expand home-based crisis intervention services for children and youth. (fingerlakesdailynews.com)
  • The Vermont Department of Education has adopted the Life Space Crisis Intervention Institute curriculum as a 'Best Practice' for Vermont schools in the area of student discipline and student climate. (lsci.org)
  • Explore: Identify the crisis situation and empower the client to share their story. (wikipedia.org)
  • Al-Hadidi said in a televised interview followed by Mawazine News, "The Sudanese intervention to resolve the Kirkuk crisis is an important step, as the political forces reached the outlines of the local government in Kirkuk after meeting with the Sudanese. (forumotion.com)
  • The SAFER-R Model, with Roberts 7 Stage Crisis Intervention Model, is model of intervention much used by law enforcement. (wikipedia.org)
  • Local and visiting law enforcement personnel are undergoing crisis intervention training all this week at the National Guard Armory. (kmmsam.com)
  • We will also discuss ways to help nurses in crisis to recover and return to work. (cdc.gov)
  • This intervention model for responding to individuals in crisis consists of 5+1 stages. (wikipedia.org)
  • Later in this course we will look at the stages of crisis development and discuss intervention strategies. (cdc.gov)
  • Prompt intervention is essential as victims are initially at high risk for maladaptive coping or immobilization. (wikipedia.org)
  • A crisis can have physical or psychological effects. (wikipedia.org)
  • They are attending a weeklong course in crisis intervention training hosted by the San Antonio Police Department's mental health unit. (tpr.org)
  • Governor Hochul made the announcement Friday that the funding will be administered by the Office of Mental Health and help to create 13 new intervention teams and expand 26 existing ones. (fingerlakesdailynews.com)
  • Office of Mental Health Commissioner Dr. Ann Sullivan said, "Home-based crisis intervention allows us to provide young people dealing with serious mental health issues with the help they need, in their own homes, with their families and caregivers. (fingerlakesdailynews.com)
  • prompted a heightened public mental health crisis. (cdc.gov)
  • 4 ) and elsewhere--poses a major risk to public mental health during this health crisis. (cdc.gov)
  • Interventions include providing a supportive presence as well as monitoring and assessing mental health and substance abuse needs. (cdc.gov)
  • The training gives you the skills you need to reach out and provide initial help and support to someone who may be developing a mental health or substance use problem or experiencing a crisis. (cdc.gov)
  • I learned excellent skills on how to manage my anxieties and stress toward students as well as to work effectively with students in crisis. (lsci.org)
  • Crisis Intervention Team coordinator Ben Slater, a detective with the Missoula Police Department, is helping to facilitate the training all this week. (kmmsam.com)
  • If possible, family members and close friends should meet with a member of the rape crisis team to discuss how to support the rape victim. (msdmanuals.com)
  • Information and Psychoeducation: Provide relevant information about the crisis, normalizing reactions and feelings. (muslimcounsellor2023.com)
  • Provide training on crisis intervention. (cdc.gov)
  • Three factors define crisis: negative events, feelings of hopelessness, and unpredictable events. (wikipedia.org)
  • Please join us on Sunday, March 24 at the 3rd Annual Spring Fest to benefit Grassroots Crisis Intervention. (grassrootscrisis.org)
  • There are no approved treatments and you get limited benefit from nonpharmacological interventions, although these should always be tried first. (medscape.com)
  • This stability shift contributed to the emergence of junk bonds that, despite their high yield potential, carried a high risk of default and were partially to blame for the Savings and Loan Crisis in the 1980s. (reason.org)
  • Prioritize interventions based on the urgency and level of risk. (muslimcounsellor2023.com)
  • Life Space Crisis Intervention, Inc. (lsci.org)
  • I am writing in order to inform you that your Life Space Crisis intervention Workshop is the most significant course that I have ever taken. (lsci.org)
  • It's important to approach crisis intervention with sensitivity, flexibility, and a client-centered focus. (muslimcounsellor2023.com)
  • In fact, the current crisis in Ukraine is the ultimate manifestation of the clash of two different civilizations, two different philosophies and geopolitical interests. (proessay.com)
  • At the moment, Ukraine, which has recently overthrown President Yanukovitch after several months of the social unrest, confronts a new and even more serious problem "" the problem of the emerging pressure from the part of superpowers, such as Russia, the EU and the US, while the resolution of the current crisis in Ukraine may determine the future development of the world. (proessay.com)
  • At first glance, the major cause of the current crisis in Ukraine is the revolution which ousted President Yanukovitch and brought to power the opposition. (proessay.com)
  • This struggle for Ukraine between the major world powers became the primary cause of the current crisis in Ukraine, which faces the problem of the annexation of Crimea by Russia. (proessay.com)
  • Critical incident debriefing is a widespread approach to counseling those in a state of crisis. (wikipedia.org)
  • Oftentimes our first responders encounter folks within our community who are in a state of escalated crisis,' Slater said. (kmmsam.com)
  • People who experience a crisis perceive it as a negative event that generate physical emotion, pain, or both. (wikipedia.org)