Crisis Intervention: Theory and Methodology

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INDEX
A
"A Nation's Shame: Fatal Child Abuse and Neglect in the United States," 78
Absolute thinking in cognitive theory of depression, 23
Abstinence, AIDS and, 256, 262
Abstraction
mental status examination and, 288
selective, in cognitive theory of depression, 23
Abuse
child; see Child abuse and neglect
elder; see Elder abuse and neglect
financial, elder abuse and neglect and, 110-111
marital; see Spouse abuse
past, elder abuse and neglect and, 114
physical; see Physical abuse
psychological, elder abuse and neglect and, 110
sexual; see Sexual abuse
spouse; see Spouse abuse
substance; see Substance abuse
Abusive caregivers, characteristics of, elder abuse and neglect and, 111-115
Abusive men, self-help group for, 97
Abusive-dynamic model, child abuse and neglect and, 82-83
Accident neurosis, 62
Accusation, definition of, 285
Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS), 240-264
in adolescence, 254-256
case study involving, 256-258
in Africa, 240-241, 251, 252
Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 and, 250
anal intercourse and, 252, 256
antibody testing and, 242, 261-262
in Asia, 240, 241
avoidance of, 260-261, 262
Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS)—cont'd
blood donations and, 242, 260, 262
breastfeeding and, 261
burnout syndrome and, 268-269
causes of, 259
cocktail treatments for, 240-241
cognitive dysfunction and, 247
counseling for; see Counseling, AIDS/HIV definition of, 241, 259
diagnosis of, 241, 260
in Europe, 240-241
heterosexuals and, 251-254
case study involving, 252-254
historical background of, 241-242
homosexuals and, 251-252
hot line for, 8
impact of, on health care system, 250-251
in India, 240
intrapsychic effects of, 247
opportunistic diseases and, 259
prevention of, 240-241, 260-261, 262
psychological sequelae of, 246-247
questions about, 259-262
sexual transmission of, 251-252
suicide and, 175
symptoms of, 248, 260
testing for, 242, 261-262
transmission of, 248, 251-252, 259-260
treatment for, 262
in United States, 247-251
vaginal intercourse and, 252
Acute stress disorder (ASD), 62, 63, 66-68
ADA; see Americans with Disabilities Act
Adaptation
coping mechanisms and, 38
principle of, 3-4
Adaptational psychotherapy, 4
Addiction
definition of, 234
Internet, 8-10

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