Harm to others : the assessment and treatment of dangerousness / by Brian Van Brunt.

Van Brunt, Brian, author.
Alexandria, Virginia : American Counseling Association, [2015]
1 online resource (272 p.)

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Harm to Others: The Assessment and Treatment of Dangerousness; Table of Contents; Preface; About the Author; Part 1: Assessment of Violence; Chapter 1: Understanding Violence; Chapter Highlights; Leakage; Directly Communicated Threats; Disruptive Behaviors and Indirect Threat; Assessing the Pathway to Violence; Dangerous Instincts; Writing and Social Media; Summary; Questions for Further Discussion; Chapter 2: Preparing for the Assessment; Chapter Highlights; Difference Between Assessment and Treatment; Informed Consent; Initial Referral Data; Ethical Limitations of Assessment
Establishing the RelationshipEstablishing Rapport; Stressing Similarities and Building Connections; Lowering Defensiveness; Assessment of the Individual; Culture and Ethnicity; Sexual Identity; Socioeconomic Status; Disability; Summary; Questions for Further Discussion; Chapter 3: Case Studies; Chapter Highlights; Case Study: Stacie; Introduction; Transcript; Sample Threat Assessment Letter to Referral Source; Case Study: Dustin; Introduction; Transcript; Sample Threat Assessment Letter to Referral Source; Summary; Questions for Further Discussion; Chapter 4: Central Threat Concepts
Chapter HighlightsAction and Time Imperative; Fixation and Focus; Organization Versus Disorganization; Legacy Token; Costuming; Objectification and Depersonalization; Summary; Questions for Further Discussion; Chapter 5: Additional Threat Concepts; Chapter Highlights; Knowledge of and Access to Weapons and Bombs; Evidence of Attack Plans; Attitude Toward Authority and Society; Judicial and Arrest History; Past Impulsivity; Substance Abuse/Dependency; Attitudes Toward Authority; Fading Supports; Absence of Friends and Family; Lack of Finances; Additional Loss of Supports; Another Example
Declining Academic ProgressMental Illness and Violence; Langman Typology; Social Isolation; Manic or Impulsive Thoughts; Delusional or Paranoid Thoughts; Depressive and Suicidal Thoughts; Irrational Thoughts; Summary; Questions for Further Discussion; Chapter 6: Risk Factors Identified in the Literature; Chapter Highlights; U.S. Postal Service Threat Assessment Team Guide; Risk Assessment Guideline Elements for Violence (RAGE-V); Turner and Gelles; FBI Four-Pronged Approach; ASIS Workplace Violence Prevention and Intervention Standards; Meloy, Hoffmann, Guldimann, and James
Handbook for Campus Threat Assessment and ManagementVirginia Tech Faculty/Staff Guide; Concerning, Threatening, Dangerous; Summary; Questions for Further Discussion; Chapter 7: Structured Professional Judgment; Chapter Highlights; 1. Gather Information; 2. Determine the Presence of Risk Factors; 3. Determine the Relevance of Risk Factors; 4. Develop a Good Formulation of Risk; Motivators; Disinhibitors; Destabilizers; Clinical Formulation; 5. Develop Scenarios of Violence; 6. Develop a Case Management Plan Based on Scenarios; 7. Develop Conclusory Opinions About Violence Risk; Summary
Questions for Further Discussion
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
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