Handbook for Human Services: A Practical Approach for Helping People

Handbook for Human Services Response

Over 18 years of research on survivors of airline, rail, military and other disasters led to the development of a practical approach to helping survivors that can be easily understood by front-line helpers and those who wish to train them. The book features interviews with survivors, families of victims, agency and organization helpers as well as interviews with an airline executive, head of police family liaison officers, military commander, commander’s wife, national trauma coordinator of 34 accident and trauma units of a private health care group in South Africa, an executive with a rail company and others. The book is international in scope, featuring stories of survivors and helpers from various parts of the world.

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