By David J Kolko
This article reference offers cutting-edge info on juvenile firesetters and studies the present study on younger firesetters and arsonists. The paintings illustrates equipment of fireside scene research and overview in terms of child-parent and relatives elements. this data is then used to prescribe interventions with the person in addition to community-wide courses. The paintings additionally presents current info on fireplace protection schooling and curricula, with specific education fabrics. eventually, the ebook addresses the necessity for residential therapy facilities and coaching colleges on tools for dealing with firesetting adolescence and keeping a fireplace secure atmosphere. Key positive aspects * offers a multidisciplinary process * Describes and illusrates present instruments and methods * contains fabrics encouraging either fireplace protection and psychological health and wellbeing intervention * members are nationally identified specialists of their box * Covers a whole variety of subject matters - content material has either intensity and breadth. Read more...
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M O T I V E S AND TYPOLOGIES Several reports have included descriptions of different motives believed to underlie children's firesetting incidents. In the large school survey reported by Cotterall et al. , just for fun, to see what would happen, boredom). Being angry or wanting to hurt someone were given by < 10% of the sample. Interestingly, 30% of these children reported one reason, 24% reported two reasons, and the rest reported between three and seven reasons for their fires. In the aforementioned Swedish study, the most common motives included wanting to see the fire burn, boredom, and wanting to destroy something (Terjestam & Ryden, 1996).
Such information may be applied in cases of children who have developed fearful reactions or posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) following their involvement in a serious fire incident. Based on much of the aforementioned early work, a group fire safety/prevention skills training (FSST) program for young hospitalized firesetters was evaluated in comparison to an individual fire awareness/discussion condition (FAD; Kolko, Watson, & Faust, 1991). , get help, stop-drop-roll). The FAD condition involved administering to each child a set of risk assessment and fire history measures, discussing the child's recent use of fire, and providing information about local fires.
Adolescence: True Rebels Don't Need a Cause 27 no need to reach for some mythic connection or dig deeply for a diagnosable disorder driving the relationship between most children and fire. Interest in fire does not have to be pathological; it is a perfectly natural and even predictable indicator of a curious mind at work in the world. But that is as far as we can safely go, in more ways than one. Just because it is natural for all children to be interested in fire does not mean it is acceptable for any child to engage in the deadly behavior of firesetting.
Handbook on firesetting in children and youth by David J Kolko