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We are a crisis intervention talk show for those who feel that they have nothing left to live for and that life is not worth living. For those who are feeling depressed and feel like the world has nothing left to offer them and they feel like giving up. Our goal is to inspire purpose, joy, peace, love and happiness into your life through the gospel of Jesus Christ.
St. Luke 4:18-19 THE SPIRIT OF THE LORD IS UPON ME, BECAUSE HE HAS ANOINTED ME TO PREACH THE GOSPEL TO THE POOR; HE HATH SENT ME TO HEAL THE BROKEN- HEARTED, TO PREACH DELIVERANCE TO THE CAPTIVES, AND RECOVERING OF SIGHT TO THE BLIND, TO SET AT LIBERTY THEM THAT ARE BRUISED, 19) TO PREACH THE ACCEPTABLE YEAR OF THE LORD.
We are Bread Of Life Ministries Of North Dallas and our moto scripture is St. John 14:14 KJV If ye shall ask anything in my name I will do it.
We can be reached anytime by texting or calling our cell (214) 779-8842 or (214) 361-1199.
Crisis Intervention is a highly specialized science of counseling requiring a directive form of empathy. At the same time you must be able to understand what the client is going through, and you must be supportive, you may need to accelerate the timetable for greater psychiatric aid and/or provide direction as to what the client should do. This seminar introduces basic skills all Crisis Intervention counselors should have.
Understanding each other regardless of race or ethnicity is critical in mitigating and resolving crisis. At some point we have to care more about the indiviual than we do where they come from or what they look like. How do we break through these barriers? How do we maximize our ability to help the client resolve their crisis situation unless we can understand what they are saying, what it really means, and what their needs really are? This episode provides answers to those questions and more.
There are four different perspectives on CI we will be discussing:
1. When we have important life goals and these goals are blocked somehow, such that they seem insurmountable to us through normal problem solving, there is a period of disorganization which follows which may include many failed attempts at some solution.
2. A crisis is a crisis because we do not know how to deal with a situation.
3. A crisis is a personal difficulty that immobilizes us and prevents us them from controlling our lives.
4. A crisis is a state of personal disorganization where we face profound disruption of our life cycles and the methods we normally use to cope with stress. We may experience fear, shock, and/or distress about this profound disruption and not to the disruption itself.
Personal Crisis develops in four stages:
1. a critical situation occurs where we decide whether our normal coping mechanisms will be able to manage the event,
2. we experience increased tension and disorganization surrounding the event and these escalate beyond our coping ability,
3. we experience a demand for additional resources to resolve the event,
4. we may receive, obtain, or be forced to accept a referral to resolve major personality
We believe crisis is our experiencing of an event as a difficulty that exceeds both our current coping mechanisms. If we experience crisis, and we do not obtain relief, that crisis can severly affect our behavior and cognitive functioning.
As a result, this broadcast is a public service of The American Public Safety Training Institute at: www.tapsti.org intended to help those who may either be in crisis mode already or who may know someone who is.
To better understand crisis intervention and the case management afterward, we need to better understand what crisis interventionists do versus what long-term therapists do. There are different principles between the two modes, the objectives of each are different, client functioning is different, and assessment procedures differ. Typical models for long-term therapy don't look different from a crisis intervention model at first glance. What is different is that in long-term therapy the process of defining client problems, identifying their alternatives, and supporting them with personal planning are much broader in scope. They are more methodological and they rely on continuous feedback loops in order for you to check the effectiveness of the intervention. A typical counseling session with a long-term client is, (a) where we review their progress since their previous session, (b) collaboratively refine the plan of action needed, (c) process the session completed and define the client’s feelings about it, and (d) propose a new homework assignment to be tried out before the next meeting.
Crisis intervention models are such that we need to focus on immediate stabilization of the person in crisis, attempt to return them to equilibrium, and attempt to improve their mobility such they are increasingly autonomous. We do not have the luxury of extended time dimensions or problem scopes. In crisis intervention, exploring problems, identifying alternatives, planning, and committing to a plan all happen in a short period of time and are very focused. In long-term care we can spend weeks involved ion these activities and in crisis care we may spend an hour or so.
This training is a public safety presentation from The American Public Safety Training Institute located at: www.tapsti.org
You are listening to Crisis Intervention with host Apostle Duana Brown. We welcome all listeners and callers. Feel free to join in on our topic or any other subject you wish to talk about.
Preparing for the next big thing. Whether it's an earthquake, tornado or the One World Order. ARE YOU READY? We are going to discuss some practical solutions and even not so practical solutions on how you and your family can get prepared.
As the frequency of disasters are undoubtedly increasing all over the world, the importance of acquiring disaster preparedness is now imminent.
Your chances of survival will increase if you are prepared both at home and away. Knowing where your family members are and how to get to them in a natural disaster will reduce stress and give you peace of mind.
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Discover the keys to nurturing your business back to health and more wealth when host Hanna Hasl-Kelchner welcomes resilience expert Becky Sansbury to Business Confidential on August 27, 2015 at 1pm Eastern.
Becky is the author of After the Shock: Getting You Back On The Road To Resilience When Crisis Hits You Head On and owner of the consulting firm Real Life Communication. She has spent decades showing people there is not only a light at the end of the tunnel; but, also guiding them there, as an ordained minister and as a counselor serving professionals stripped of their jobs through no fault of their own during the recession.
Becky wrote After the Shock to serve as a handbook and virtual support for anyone in crisis or walking alongside someone in crisis. A sought after speaker, Becky speaks to organizations where bad news is often the order of the day, clarifies the chaos surrounding of crisis, and provides effective ways to replace loss with resilience.
Tune in at 1pm Eastern to hear Becky’s tips and strategies and make them your own.
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The Frazer Center is an inclusive community where people at all levels of ability and disability gather, learn and flourish together.
This is the backstory of The Frazer Center- The life of a young couple is often the stuff of dreams: the places they may live, the journeys they may take, the children they may have. In 1948, this was the story for one of our founding families, the Lanes.
Their lives took an unexpected turn, however, when their daughter was born with cerebral palsy. Together with their dear friends the Frazers, the Lanes searched for a program for their daughter. Feeling frustrated and saddened by what they saw, they created the Cerebral Palsy School for six children at St. Luke’s Episcopal Church in 1949. Two years later, the Frazers and Lanes were able to acquire the former estate of Cator Woolford (founder of the Retail Credit Company, now Equifax), thirty-nine acres located in the heart of Druid Hills. Renamed REACH in 1989 and The Frazer Center in 1999, our historic mission to offer research-based education, vocational support, and therapeutic intervention to children and adults with developmental disabilities and their families is still the heart of our work today. Tune in and suppport Frazer Center
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