1 . Define the challenge (from present student's perspective)
2 . Ensure basic safety (including examining potential for self-harm)
3. Provide support
some. Examine alternatives
5. Make a plan
6th. Obtain a commitment (including no-harm agreement in which applicable)
Disaster struck a tiny west Arizona town Weekend when precious Lubbock Christian School (LCU) superintendent, Philip Dahlstrom, inadvertently shot and killed his nine yr old granddaughter, Soren, while bunny hunting for the family farm. The entire community has been amazed by this disaster and the associated with the event will be experienced in the community for a long time. Many people in the community will certainly benefit from crisis intervention approaches during this time. I've applied Robinson's Crisis Response Model to get successful catastrophe intervention to build up a plan of action to help teachers, students, and faculty through this hard time. The style suggests this six actions: 1) Specify the problem; 2) Ensure basic safety, including assessing potential for self-harm; 3) Give support; 4) Examine alternatives; 5) Help to make a plan; and 6) Get yourself a commitment, including a no-harm agreement where relevant.
The first period of the catastrophe intervention program is to advise as many people today belonging to the issue as quickly as possible. To quickly reach numerous people as it can be, the crisis team sent an email to tell parents while immediately after the accident occurred. It would be finest if the youngsters are not blind-sided by the details at school on Wednesday morning. I expect many of the students and school members to go through the five classic stages of sadness identified simply by Elisabeth Kubler-Ross (1969), which can be: denial, anger, bargaining, despression symptoms, and acknowledgement. Sometimes this is usually a slow process, so I think several students and teachers requires on-going assistance to process this tragic loss of life. My plan consists of the following problems intervention steps:
1 . Include a Staff Pre-meeting first thing Wednesday morning:...