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Handbook of crisis intervention and developmental disabilities

Author: Derek D Reed; Florence D DiGennaro Reed; James K Luiselli
Publisher: New York : Springer, [2013] ©2013
Series: Issues in clinical child psychology.
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Emphasizing continuum-of-care options and evidence-based best practices, this book examines crisis interventions across diverse treatment settings, including public and private schools, nonacademic  Read more...

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Genre/Form: Handbooks, manuals, etc
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Handbook of crisis intervention and developmental disabilities.
New York, NY : Springer, c2013
(OCoLC)839672665
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Derek D Reed; Florence D DiGennaro Reed; James K Luiselli
ISBN: 9781461465300 1461465303
OCLC Number: 822974534
Description: xv, 482 pages : illustrations ; 27 cm.
Contents: Introduction / Derek D. Reed --
Part I: Organizational preparedness. Importance of organizational infrastructure /Mark R. Dixon and Amy K. Loukus --
Peer review / James K. Luiselli --
Evidence-based practice and crisis intervention / Lindsay Maffei-Almodovar and Peter Sturmey --
Empirically supported staff selection, training, and management strategies / Florence D. DiGennaro Reed, Jason M. Hirst, and Veronica J. Howard --
The use of protective equipment in the management of severe behavior disorders / Wayne W. Fisher, Nicole M. Rodriguez, Kevin C. Luczynski, and Michael E. Kelley --
Therapeutic restraint and protective holding / Derek D. Reed, James K. Luiselli, Jonathan R. Miller, --
and Brent A. Kaplan --
Part II: Crisis identification and acknowledgement. Assessment of problem behavior / Brian C. Belva, Megan A. Hattier, and Johnny L. Matson --
Functional analysis of problem behavior / Pamela L. Neidert, Griffin W. Rooker, Makenzie W. Bayles, and Jonathan R. Miller --
Assessment of pediatric feeding disorders / Meeta R. Patel --
Unique considerations of Prader-Willi syndrome / Claudia L. Dozier, Joseph D. Dracobly, and Steven W. Payne --
The motivation for self-injury: looking backward to move forward / Jennifer McComas and Frank J. Symons --
Co-occurring psychiatric disorders in individuals with intellectual disability / Joseph N. Ricciardi --
Involving family in the prevention and intervention of behavior problems in individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities / Laura Lee McIntyre and Mallory Brown --
Part III. Navigating the continuum of care. Legal and ethical issues / Jan Bowen Sheldon and Jennifer A.L. Sheldon-Sherman --
Less to more restrictive settings: policy and planning considerations / Mitchell L. Yell and Erik Drasgow --
How to make effective evaluation of psychotropic drug effects in people with developmental disabilities and self-injurious behavior / Stephen R. Schroeder, Jessica A. Hellings, and Andrea B. Courtemanche --
Consultation in public school settings / Florence D. DiGennaro Reed and Sarah R. Jenkins --
Home-based services / Jonathan Tarbox, Angela Persicke, and Amy Kenzer --
Components of a private school program serving children and adolescents with severe problem behavior / Daniel M. Fienup, Amy Baranek, Jennifer Derderian, Maria Knox, and Gary M. Pace --
Treating severe problem behavior within intensive day-treatment programs / Nathan A. Call, Natalie A. Parks, and Andrea R. Reavis --
Intensive treatment of pediatric feeding disorders / Suzanne M. Milnes and Cathleen C. Piazza --
Outpatient Units / David P. Wacker, Wendy K. Berg, Kelly M. Schieltz, Patrick W. Romani, and Yaniz C. Padilla Dalmau --
Intensive Outpatient Services / Joel E. Ringdahl --
Do good, take data, get a life, and make a meaningful difference in providing residential services! / Michael C. Strouse, James A. Sherman, and Jan Bowen Sheldon.
Series Title: Issues in clinical child psychology.
Responsibility: Derek D. Reed, Florence D. DiGennaro Reed, James K. Luiselli, editors.

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