This volume is the logical follow-up to the military treatment handbook: Living and Surviving in Harm's Way. Sharon Freeman Clevenger, Laurence Miller, Bret Moore, and Arthur Freeman return with this dynamic handbook ideal for law enforcement agencies interested in the psychological health of their officers. Contributors include law enforcement officers with diverse experiences, making this handbook accessible to readers from law enforcement backgrounds. This authoritative, comprehensive, and critical volume on the psychological aspects of police work is a must for anyone affiliated with law enforcement.
Publisher: Taylor & Francis Ltd
Number of pages: 296
Weight: 460 g
Dimensions: 229 x 152 x 18 mm
"This is an absolutely essential book for anyone who provides mental health care to law enforcement personnel. It is also a great resource for law enforcement leaders, officers, and family members who want to understand mental health issues and psychological treatment in the law enforcement community. This is the single best resource available in this critical field of study, bringing in some of the greatest minds in our nation, along with important lessons and experts from over a decade of war, to assist in healing wounds the pain that are "behind the badge." --Dave Grossman, Lt. Col., USA (retired); Author of On Killing and On Combat
"This is a must-read book for anyone who works with police personnel and their families. It is informative, practical, and challenging. This volume will be useful to clinicians who work will all types of stressed populations." --Donald Meichenbaum, PhD, Distinguished Professor Emeritus, University of Waterloo, Canada; Research Director of the Melissa Institute for Violence prevention, Miami, Florida
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