Crisis situations can arise in one’s life at any moment. They can be the sudden death of a friend or family member. It can be a storm that devastates one’s home. One can whirl into chaos and loss and enter into crisis mode in life easily when things go terribly wrong. Some can cope in crisis while others need guidance and help. Returning a person to pre-crisis state of mind in order to deal and cope with the issue at hand is critical. Crisis Counselors help individuals find pre-crisis state of mind and guide them.
The article, “Who Do You Turn To in a Crisis?” by John Otis looks at whether individuals turn to peers or elders in times of crisis. The article states,
“Who do you turn to for advice or to vent your frustrations or worries? Do you have many people you can trust or one special person? Are you the person your friends seek out when they need help?”
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Please also review our Crisis Intervention Specialist Program and see if it meets your professional and academic goals.