therapeutic crisis

ther·a·peu·tic cri·sis

a turning point leading to positive or negative change in psychiatric treatment.

therapeutic crisis

Psychiatry An abrupt and extreme positive or negative change in a response to therapy

ther·a·peu·tic cri·sis

(thār'ă-pyū'tik krī'sis)
A turning point leading to positive or negative change in psychiatric treatment.
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1 Provide Therapeutic Crisis And Planned Crisis Stabilization Services As Outlined In The Reach Crisis Standards At A 6-Bed Home Located At 4312 Dickerson Road, Charlottesville, Va.
Using Therapeutic Crisis Intervention (TCI), an approach that avoids crisis and de-escalates difficult situations, the team aims to provide a stable structure.
Staff members also undertake therapeutic crisis intervention training which provides them with information on using diffusion and diversion techniques.
Serco say all staff are trained in Therapeutic Crisis Intervention to "encourage young people to improve their coping strategies in times of stress and risk".
We are also investing in training for our staff in a technique known as Therapeutic Crisis Intervention, basically a way of diffusing volatile situations.
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When used effectively, a therapeutic crisis, which can activate in the client's search for alternative meanings, is created by questioning the client's actions and motivations that have been typically taken for granted.
Methods, such as Therapeutic Crisis Intervention (TCI) (Holden & Powers, 1993), should be determined and specified in this section of the crisis plan.
In April a new training course, called therapeutic crisis intervention for family care providers, was introduced.

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