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...when I showed skills of active listening, effective communication, reflecting feelings, and emotion labeling. The fifth stage is generate and explore alternatives. This is when I collaborated with April to explore possible alternatives and solutions. A solution April and I considered was taking an alternative route to avoid the site where she had her accident. The sixth stage is implement an action plan. This is when I allowed April to feel empowered. I referred her to a survivor of motor vehicle support group and/or treatment programs for her anxiety, that will assist her with restoring her equilibrium and psychological balance (Roberts & Ottens, 2005). Finally, the last step is follow up. This is when I assured that the crisis has been resolved and determined the postcrisis status of the her either by via telephone or face-to-face-contact (Roberts & Ottens, 2005).
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