Handbook of Crisis Counseling, Intervention, and Prevention in the Schools

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Subject Index

A
Acute stress disorder, 263, 264
Adolescent parenthood, 323–336
biological factors, 327
contraception, 327, 328
crisis intervention, 331, 332
decision making, 334–336
multiple risks of, 330, 331
pregnancy rates, 324, 325
prevention of, 328–330
psychological factors, 326, 327
sexuality, 323, 324
sociological factors, 326, 332–336
Adolescents
and divorce, 91
and death, 167, 173–176
and effects of moving, 236, 237
parent education courses, 147
sexual orientation, 301–319
see also Eating disorders, Parentadolescent crises, Suicide
Age
and death, 164–167
and grief, 173–180
see Death and bereavement
Age-related
divorce factors, 88–91, 93
rape, 362
suicide, 274
Aggression, 108, 109, 111–113
see Bullying
Anorexia and bulimia
see Eating disorders
Antisocial behavior, 121
cortisol and, 111
At-risk children
see Children of disabled parents
At-risk populations
early intervention for, 76, 77
At-risk students
DECIDE model of problem
solving, 71
Attachment relations, 141
Attachment
and death, 162, 167

B
Background knowledge, 26
courses, 27
informal training options, 28, 29
Internet, 27, 28
literature review, 26
training programs, 26, 27
Bibliotherapy
and moving, 240
as disaster response, 266
Bisexual youth
see Gay youth
Building response teams, 29–37
administrative support, 29, 30
defining roles and responsibilities, 30–33
defining teams, 32–34
evaluating team responses, 37
identify/evaluate victims, 36, 37
procedural guidelines, 34–36
response coordinators, 30–32
responsibilities, 34
site-level personnel, 31–34
Bullying
adolescent-limited, 108, 109
aggressive bullies, 108–113
anxious bullies, 113, 114
Australian study, 109

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