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CRISIS INTERVENTION AND TASK-CENTERED MODELS IN SOCIAL WORK

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  • Submitted: 08/01/2012
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CRISIS INTERVENTION AND TASK-CENTERED MODELS IN

SOCIAL WORK

ARUN PAUL

CONTENTS

1. Crisis Intervention 03

a. What Theory Says 03

b. Stages in Crisis Intervention 04

c. Steps in Reintegration 04

d. Model of Crisis Intervention 04

2. Task Centred-Casework 05

a. Problems with which Task Centred Work is effective 06

b. Points of Leverage 06

c. Steps in Task- Centred Work 06

3. Conclusion 08

4. References 08

CRISIS INTERVENTION: NAOMI GOLAN

WHAT THEORY SAYS?

Naomi Golan, in her book, offers a well-articulated description of crisis intervention theory. She outlines main points of the theory. They are as follows:

* Every person, group and organization has crises.

* Hazardous events are major problems or a series of difficulties which start crises off.

* Hazardous events may be anticipated (like adolescence, marriage, moving house) or unanticipated (such as death, divorce, redundancy, environmental disasters like fires)

* Vulnerable states exist when hazardous events cause people to lose their equilibrium, which is their capacity to deal with things that happen to them.

* When equilibrium is disturbed, we

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