Crisis, Trauma and Disasters, First Edition teaches counselors how to respond and intervene with individuals, groups and organizations. Linda Lutisha Black and Stephen V. Flynn begin this First Edition with a description of the counselor's role and responsibilities and then presents chapters on crisis, trauma and disasters with corresponding chapters on working with those affected. Each chapter defines the issue and contrasts it with general counseling requirements, and then presents the history and theory as well as common interventions. Each chapter contains The Counselor's Toolkit and presents assessment, case conceptualization and treatment approaches followed by case illustrations. This First Edition concludes with a chapter on emerging trends and a chapter on caring for those who care.