CRISIS MANAGEMENT

Final ProjectFor your Final Project, you are asked to use theories, strategies, and concepts from the course to develop a crisis management plan for your community.Your Final Project must be presented as a 12–15 page (not including references, title page, or abstract), double-spaced, APA-formatted project in the form of a paper that is submitted by Day 4 of Week 11. See Week 11 for specific instructions for submission.Crisis Management Plan GuidelinesThe Final Project must include the following:A strategy for identifying and selecting a crisis management teamA description of the organizational resources available to you in a crisis (community, state, national, and international organizations). Explain what they are and how they might be used in a crisis in your community. Then explain how you might promote or expect collaboration between and among them.A description of the trained professionals available in your communityA summary of ethical and legal issues/considerations that you might encounter when responding to a crisis in your communityA description of issues/considerations related to diverse populations that you might encounter when responding to a crisis in your communityA description of a model that you would use to train counselors for a crisisA description of how you would use empirically-supported treatments with survivors and care takersA description of how the crisis management plan would be evaluated (after the fact)Note: You may wish to use the bulleted items above as the basis for topic headings throughout your paper.Your Final Project will be graded on a 20-point scale and is worth 30% of your final grade.

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