School-Based Crisis Intervention: Preparing All Personnel to Assist

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Index
Abuse, 55, 81–82, 116, 117, 122, 123, 124
Acceptance, 83–84
Action plans, 48
Activities, classroom bibliotherapy; see Bibliotherapy
communication, 99–100
fear, 87–88
feelings, 85–87, 91–92, 93–97
getting to know you, 97–98
group rules, defining, 90–91
problem-solving, 100–101
self-image, 101–102
sexual harassment, 10
student response to stress and trauma, 85–102
teamwork, 98–99
tolerance, 88–89
ADHD, 132
Adults, responsibilities of, 7, 28–29
Aggression. See Bullying
Anger, 83–84, 131–132, 141
Anxiety, 78, 130, 131, 132
Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), 132

B
Behavior, stress/trauma and, 11–12
Bibliotherapy
ADHD, 132
anger, 141
anxiety, 131, 132
books, additional, 164–166
bullying, 22, 135
communication with parents, 68
conflict resolution, 135, 140
death, 134, 135
Define “Normal” (Peters), 136
definition, 65–66
diversity, 66–67, 135, 136
divorce, 134
fear, 131
financial difficulties, 137, 138, 139
friendship, 133
Gettin' through Thursday (Cooper), 137
How to Lose All Your Friends (Carlson), 133
Is It Right to Fight? (Thomas), 141
Joey Pigza Swallowed the Key (Gantos), 132
Lilly's Purple Plastic Purse (Henkes), 140
literature selection, 66–67
as a mental health tool, 64–65
mental illness, 135, 136
Money Hungry (Flake), 138
My Louisiana Sky (Holt), 135
Nobody Knew What to Do (McCain), 22
obesity, 134
parent problems, 134, 135
physical symptoms of stress and, 68–69
problem solving, 135
professional referrals and, 68
Ramona and Her Father (Cleary), 139
stages of, 66
stress/trauma, 68–69, 85
teaching techniques, 67–68
tolerance, 134, 135, 136
When Addie Was Scared (Bailey), 131
When Zachary Beaver Came to Town (Holt), 134
Body language, communication skills and, 47
Boundaries, burnout prevention and, 155
Bullying
bibliotherapy, 135
classroom activities, 9–10
prevention of, 4–6
resources, 13–22
targeting of, 6–8
Burnout
definition, 151
effects of, 151–152
prevention, 153–156
resources, 158
stress-reducing activities, 156
symptoms, 153
training activity, 157
Bus drivers, 143–144. See also Noninstructional personnel

C
Cafeteria workers, 144. See also Noninstructional personnel

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