I Love a Cop, Revised Edition: What Police Families Need to Know
Guilford Press, 2006 M12 16 - 340 páginas
Nothing worth doing is easy--and that includes loving a cop. Being a member of the law enforcement community is a source of pride for officers and families alike. But long hours, unpredictable shifts, and the crisis-driven nature of the profession can turn life on the home front into an emotional roller coaster. Dr. Ellen Kirschman, a psychologist who's worked with police officers for more than 30 years, gives you practical ways to deal with the challenges that come with the territory. Packed with stories from cops and their significant others, this book explains how to reduce spillover from on-the-job stress and cope with loneliness or worry during extended deployments. Dr. Kirschman acknowledges the tough realities of 21st-century law enforcement and offers frank, realistic suggestions for handling serious issues like alcohol abuse and domestic violence. She also covers special topics for women and minorities on the force. Whether you read it from cover to cover or reach for it when problems arise, I Love a Cop is an indispensable tool that everyone in your family can depend on.
Mental health professionals, see also Counseling Cops: What Clinicians Need to Know, by Ellen Kirschman, Mark Kamena, and Joel Fay.
Comentarios de la gente - Escribir un comentario
No encontramos ningún comentario en los lugares habituales.
Givens and Realities of Police Work
The Police Officers Paradox
Looking for Love
Critical Incidents Stress and Trauma
Working Through Trauma
Families and Trauma
The BestKept Secret Shame of Policing
Alcohol Abuse and Suicide
Getting the Help You Need When You Need It
Special Challenges Facing Women Minorities Lesbians and Gay Men in Law Enforcement
Kids and Trauma
African American Al-Anon alco alcohol Alcoholics Anonymous Amalia Andy anger angry behavior Benny can’t career Chapter child cop’s coping cops couldn’t counseling couple coworkers crisis critical incident stress debriefings depression domestic abuse domestic violence drinking drug EMDR emotional experience family members fear feel felt friends happened hard Hector Hurricane Katrina hurt hypervigilance injuries kids killed Kristen law enforcement learned Lilly lives loved manage marriage mate mental health professionals normal officer’s one’s P.O. Box parents partner peer support person Phil physical police department police families police officers problems profes promotion psychological psychologist psychotherapy PTSD relationship response risk safety shooting social someone spouse suicide talk therapist therapy things thought tion told trauma traumatic event traumatic incident traumatic stress victims wife women
Cognitive-Behavioral Strategies in Crisis Intervention, Third Edition
Frank M. Dattilio,Arthur Freeman
Vista previa limitada - 2010
Todos los resultados de la Búsqueda de libros »
I Love A Fire Fighter: What The Family Needs To Know
Sin vista previa disponible - 2004