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. Response to Disaster reconciles the technical, theoretical, and applied interests represented in these various populations and provides a contemporary treatment that can help define the directions of their increasing interaction.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
part One|108 pages
part Two|107 pages
Community Strategies for Intervention
part Three|110 pages
Contemporary Issues in Community Systems Research and Practice