Crisis counseling: a contemporary approach by Brian Johnson; Ellen Janosik

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By Brian Johnson; Ellen Janosik

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Page 10 Overgeneralization consists of making a global assumption based on one incident. An example is a wife who feels unloved and misunderstood when her husband asks her to put gas in the car. Magnification causes the problems and demands of any task or situation to be greatly exaggerated. An example is the worker who is competent and well motivated but feels inadequate when asked to perform. Minimization causes individuals to belittle and doubt their own ability, regardless of a record of success.

Part One, Crisis Theory, now contains four chapters. This was done to make each theoretical chapter more focused and more explicit. In Part Two, Individuals in Crisis, crises of adulthood are now organized according to three stage-specific patterns dealing with the early, the middle, and the later years of adult life. The AIDS epidemic and the implications of HIV tests received relatively little attention in the first edition because the overwhelming proportions of the AIDS crisis were not yet apparent.

The news upset Trudy so much that she became hysterical, and canceled the plans to spend a fall weekend in the country with George. This outing had been eagerly anticipated by them both. Page 13 In the days that followed, Trudy did not regain her composure. The news of her mother's breakdown reminded Trudy of her mother's illness after a spontaneous miscarriage that had occurred when Trudy was ten or eleven years old. At that time her mother had been seriously depressed. She was hospitalized briefly, medicated, but remained apathetic and withdrawn for months afterward.

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