Under the yellow tape: Working within the medical, legal, and judicial systems
Thomas, J. C. (2008). Under the Yellow Tape: Toward a Comprehensive Intervention Model. Christian Counseling, 15(3), 38.
The types of problems addressed in an office differ dramatically from those that happen in the context of violent crimes, horrific accidents, and hostage scenes. The first contact with victims might be in homes, streets, emergency rooms, shelters, jails, and law enforcement offices. Arriving at a scene that is marked by yellow tape is daunting. Counselors must develop a frame of mind that allows them to get into the trenches. Additionally, they must work collaboratively with other crisis response systems to ensure that victims receive timely holistic care. Following are some principles to guide counselors in working with multiple systems.
John C. Thomas. "Under the yellow tape: Working within the medical, legal, and judicial systems" Christian Counseling (2008).
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