|01:202:370||Crisis Intervention in Criminal Justice Settings|
|Description:||Focuses on the conceptual framework for crisis intervention practice, including crisis theory, crisis concepts, crisis intervention models and strategies, and guidelines for evaluating program outcomes.|
**Can not receive credit for this class if student completed 01:202:422.
Professor WINSTEAD: This course is intended to familiarize you with the strategies involved in crisis intervention work and the wide range of issues addressed. The strategies of crisis intervention will be discussed in their own right and within the context of such areas as: Suicide and Personal Loss/Bereavement as well as other crises of lethality; Posttraumatic Stress Disorder and the catastrophic events that are related, including a focus on children and PTSD, and Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence (including both adult and child victims and the perpetrators of these crimes), as well as the current issue of school-based violence and recent information pertaining to disaster events.
|Current Syllabus:||Spring 2018 WINSTEAD|
|Previous Syllabi:||Spring 2017 WINSTEAD
Spring 2016 WINSTEAD
Spring 2015 WINSTEAD
Spring 2015 POSLUSZNY
Fall 2014 WINSTEAD