Crisis Intervention Theory In A Crisis

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Crisis intervention theory into practice often filled with hidden uncalculated circumstances. Understanding a relationship to assist in solving a crisis. The perception of the information that the person has for the situation and the ability to be ready for whatever circumstances are going to present are the two critical determinants of success in this field (Everly & Mitchell,1999). Crisis interventionist main objective is to focus on the person in crisis other than the problem. The crisis is the way the person sees from their point of view, how they endure the crisis, interpret or how they emote during a situation. To be unable to endure the difficulty as it has reached the person’s peak of tolerance which then exceeds the current resources of the person such as, family, friends and coping mechanisms such as, subconsciously or consciously using their adaptive and strategies to cope to subside their stress levels (Carl,1977). An example, a minor incident for someone would be a crisis for a someone else because the client is only able to see it as an unbearable agony (Fredrick, 1980). The effects of the crisis on functioning are, it can negatively affect the person’s state of emotions, behavioural and cognition to the verge of inflicting harm on self, homicide, suicide and harming others. The crisis is unpredictable as its might have a severe outcome. Therefore, attending to the crisis as soon as possible to avoid people getting injured or death. A point of crisis that
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