07--Crisis, Trauma Effects, Research & Adaptations

NOTE:  Much in first section:  Crisis Intervention:  Immediate Counseling & Theory also deals with theory, whereas here it was thought best to separate works focusing more research results and board implications.

Bellak, Leopold, Peri Faithorn & Peter C. Plishka.  Crises and special problems in psychoanalysis and psychotherapy.  New York:  Brunner/Mazel, 1981.  249p.  Northvale, NJ:  Jason Aronson, 1994.  249p.

Brothers, Barbara Jo, ed.  Couples, trauma, and catastrophes.  New York:  Haworth Press, 1998.  100p.

Burgess, Ann Wolbert, & Aaron Lazare.  Community mental health:  target populations.  Englewood Cliffs, NJ:  Prentice-Hall, 1976.  276p.

Caplan, Gerald.  Support systems and community mental health:  lectures on concept development.  New York:  Behavioral Publications, 1974.  267p.

Cooper, Edwin L., ed.  Stress, immunity, and aging.  New York:  M. Dekker, 1984.  314p.

Day, Stacey B., ed.  Cancer, stress, and death.  2nd ed.  New York:  Plenum Medical Book Co., 1986.  362p. 

Dee, Emily.  War against silence after trauma:  unmasking and managing the stress of change.  Sioux City:  Loess Hills Press, 1993.  246p.

Edleson, Jeffrey L., & Zvi C. Eisikovits, eds.  Future interventions with battered women and their families.  Thousand Oaks, CA:  Sage Publications, 1996.  244p.  Based on several meetings of the International Study Group on the Future of Intervention with Battered Women & Their Families, which convened in Haifa, Israel, in March 1995.

Everly, George S., & Jeffrey T. Mitchell.  Critical incident stress management-CISM-:  a new era and standard of care in crisis intervention.  Ellicot City, MD:  Chevron Pub., 1997.  144p.

Jacobson, Gerald F., ed.  Crisis intervention in the 1980s.  San Francisco:  Jossey-Bass, 1980.  104p.

Kaplan, Howard B., ed.  Psychosocial stress:  trends in theory and research.  New York:  Academic Press, 1983.  346p.

Kelly, Desmond.  Anxiety and emotions:  physiological basis and treatment.  Foreword by W. Horsley Gantt.  Springfield, IL:  Thomas, 1980.  402p.

Leach, John, ed.  Survival psychology.  Washington Square, NY:  New York University Press, 1994.  220p.

Lepper, M. John.  When crisis comes home.  Nashville:  Convention Press, 1992.  159p.

Lindsay, Rae Shirley.  Crisis theory:  a critical overview.  Nedlands, W.A.:  University of Western Australia Press, 1975.  116p.

Lukaszewski, James E.  Crisis management anthology:  insights, background, and theory of crisis management.  White Plains, NY:  Lukaszewski Group, 1992. 

Lystad, Mary, ed.  Innovations in mental health services to disaster victims.  Rockville, MD:  U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services, Public Health Service, Alcohol, Drug Abuse, and Mental  Health Administration:  National Institute of Mental  Health;  Washington, D.C.:  GPO, 1985.  181p.

Mental health services to victims of community violence:  proceedings of the World Federation for Mental Health Working Conference, Cairo, Egypt, 1988, in cooperation  with the Institute of Victims of Terrorism, U.S.A. &  Abou El Azayem Mental Health Center, Egypt.  World Federation for Mental Health.  Working Conference, 1988:  Cairo, Egypt.  Cairo, Egypt:  The Center;  U.S.A.:  The Institute, 1989.  138p.

Miller, Dusty.  Women who hurt themselves:  a book of hope and understanding.  New York:  BasicBooks, 1994.  280p.

Miller, Thomas W., ed.  Clinical disorders and stressful life events.  Madison, CT:  International Universities Press, 1997.  416p.

Miller, Thomas W., ed.  Theory and assessment of stressful life events.  Madison, CT:  International Universities Press, 1996.  350p.

Psychosocial crises.  Springhouse, PA:  Springhouse Corp., 1992.  216p.

Rabin, Bruce S.  Stress, immune function, and health:  the connection.  New York:  Wiley-Liss, 1999.  341p.

Ramsey, J. M.  Basic pathophysiology:  modern stress and the disease process.  Menlo Park, CA:  Addison-Wesley, Nursing Division, 1982.  555p.

Roberts, Albert R., ed.  Contemporary perspectives on crisis intervention and prevention.  Englewood Cliffs, NJ:  Prentice Hall, 1991.  278p.

Rueveni, Uri.  Networking families in crisis:  intervention strategies with families and social networks.  New York:  Human Sciences Press, 1979.  162p.

Samueloff, Shlomo, & Mohamed K. Yousef.  Adaptive physiology to stressful environments.  Boca Raton, FL:  CRC Press, 1987.  212p.

Selye, Hans.  Stress in health and disease.  Boston:  Butterworths, 1976.  1256p.

Selye, Hans.  The stress of life.  Rev. ed.  New York:  McGraw-Hill, 1976.  515p.

Sholevar, G. Pirooz, & Linda Schwoeri.  The Transmission of depression in families and children:  assessment and intervention.  Northvale, NJ:  J. Aronson, 1994.  354p.

Slaikeu, Karl A., & Steve Lawhead.  The phoenix factor:  surviving and growing through personal crisis.  Boston, MA:  Houghton Mifflin, 1985.  236p.

Slaikeu, Karl A., & Steve Lawhead.  Up from the ashes:  how to survive and grow through personal crisis.  Grand Rapids, MI:  Zondervan Pub. House, 1987.  236p.

Toates, Frederick M.  Stress:  conceptual and biological aspects.  Chichester;  New York:  Wiley, 1995.  339p.

Toch, Hans.  Mosaic of despair:  human breakdowns in prison.  With contributions by John J. Gibbs, Robert Johnson, and James G. Fox.  Revised.  Washington, DC:  American Psychological Association, 1992.  452p.  Effects of prison trauma.

Umana, Roseann F., Steven Jay Gross & Marcia Turner McConville.  Crisis in the family:  three approaches.  New York:  Garden Press:  distributed by Halsted Press, 1980.  199p.

Whitlock, Glenn E.  Understanding and coping with real-life crises.  Monterey, CA:  Brooks/Cole Pub. Co., 1978.  265p.

Wilson, John P., Zev Harel & Boaz Kahana, eds.  Human adaptation to extreme stress:  from the Holocaust to Vietnam.  New York:  Plenum Press, 1988.  397p.