Strategies for Managing Difficult Clinical Situations in Between Sessions
clinical strategy. therapists, therapists anxiety
Therapists often have to deal with situations that make them uneasy to leave their clients on their own. They can go home and wonder what their clients are doing, whether they are safe, have a place to stay, even whether or not they are fighting. These thoughts can be overwhelming for the therapist. The aim of this article is to assist therapists to manage their own anxiety and to help them help their clients in between sessions in difficult situations such as suicidality, child abuse and neglect, intimate partner violence, and crisis and stress management.
Original Publication Citation
Karakurt, G., Anderson, A., Banford, A.,Dial, S., Korkow, H., Rable, F. & Doslovich, F.(2014). Strategies for managing difficult clinical situations in between sessions.American Journal of Family Therapy, 42(5), 413-425. doi: 0.1080/01926187.2014.909657
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Karakurt, Gunnur; Anderson, Amber; Witting, Alyssa Banford; Dial, Shannon; Korkow, Hannah; Rable, Frank; and Doslovich, Serife Fulya, "Strategies for Managing Difficult Clinical Situations in Between Sessions" (2014). Faculty Publications. 2478.
The American Journal of Family Therapy
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