Response to Disaster: Psychosocial, Community, and Ecological Approaches

Psychology Press, 1999 - 363 páginas
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Psychological service in the wake of cataclysmic life events has emerged as a prominent and visible component of social response. This has generated a bandwagon of potential service providers, service approaches, and service venues. Where once help was scarce, it has become plentiful enough to engender its own set of conflicts and contradictions along with its intended solace and aid. This volume reconciles the technical, theoretical, and applied interests represented in various populations and provides a contemporary treatment that can help define the directions of their increasing interaction.

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Bernard Lubin (1923-2003) was professor of psychology and Medicine at the University of Missouri-Kansas City. He was a member of the American Psychological Society, the American Association for the Advancement of Science, the American Group Psychotherapy Association, and the Missouri Psychological Association. Among his co-authored books are Family Therapy, Research on Group Treatment Methods, and Homelessness in America, 1893-1992.

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