Please no plagiarism and make sure you are able to access all resource on your own before you bid. One of the references must come from James, R. K., & Gilliland, B. E. (2017). I have attached the document that you will need to complete this assignment. Part 4: Sexual Assault and Violence. Find resources in Texas. Please follow the instructions to get full credit for the assignment. I need this completed by 10/26/18 at 7pm.
Crisis Response Portfolio Part 4: Sexual Assault and Interpersonal Violence
For this Part 4 of your Crisis Response Portfolio Assignment, you will continue your work to create a safety plan for the client in the Case Conceptualization provided as well as explore local and national community resources for sexual assault and interpersonal violence. You also will finalize your Part 4 for final submission.
- Create a section in your Crisis Response Portfolio called “Sexual Assault and Violence”.
- Review the Case Conceptualization you created for this week’s Assignment.
- Review local and national community resources for sexual assault and interpersonal violence to support and consider for a safety plan.
Assignment: Part 4:
In your section called “Sexual Assault and Interpersonal Violence” of your Crisis Response Portfolio, include:
- A safety plan for the client in the Case Conceptualization from this week’s Assignment.
- Local and national community resources for sexual assault and interpersonal violence.
Be sure to support your recommendations with specific references to the Learning Resources. Use proper APA format and citations.
James, R. K., & Gilliland, B. E. (2017). Crisis intervention strategies (8th ed.). Boston, MA: Cengage Learning.
- Chapter 10, “Partner Violence”
Laureate Education (Producer). (2017a). Crisis, trauma, and disaster response: Sexual trauma [Video file]. Baltimore, MD: Author.
Note: The approximate length of this media piece is 24 minutes.
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Kelly, A. (2015). Trauma-informed mindfulness-based stress reduction: A promising new model for working with survivors of interpersonal violence. Smith College Studies in Social Work, 85(2), 194–219. doi:10.1080/00377317.2015.1021191