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Clinical Interviewing [electronic resource].

By: Contributor(s): Material type: Computer fileComputer filePublisher number: 9780470183595Publication details: Hoboken : John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2008.Edition: 4th edISBN:
  • 9780470196489
Subject(s): Genre/Form: Additional physical formats: Print version:: Clinical InterviewingDDC classification:
  • 616.89 616.89075
LOC classification:
  • RC480.7 .S66 2009
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Contents:
Clinical Interviewing; Contents; Preface; Part I: BECOMING A MENTAL HEALTH PROFESSIONAL; Chapter 1: INTRODUCTION; Chapter 2: FOUNDATIONS AND PREPARATIONS; Part II: LISTENING AND RELATIONSHIP DEVELOPMENT; Chapter 3: BASIC ATTENDING, LISTENING, AND ACTION SKILLS; Chapter 4: DIRECTIVES: QUESTIONS AND ACTION SKILLS; Chapter 5: THEORETICALLY-SUPPORTED AND EVIDENCE-BASED RELATIONSHIPS IN CLINICAL INTERVIEWING; Part III: STRUCTURING AND ASSESSMENT; Chapter 6: AN OVERVIEW OF THE INTERVIEW PROCESS; Chapter 7: INTAKE INTERVIEWING AND REPORT WRITING; Chapter 8: THE MENTAL STATUS EXAMINATION
Chapter 9: SUICIDE ASSESSMENTChapter 10: DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT PLANNING; Part IV: INTERVIEWING SPECIAL POPULATIONS; Chapter 11: CHALLENGING CLIENTS AND DEMANDING SITUATIONS; Chapter 12: INTERVIEWING YOUNG CLIENTS; Chapter 13: PRINCIPLES AND TIPS FOR INTERVIEWING COUPLES AND FAMILIES; Chapter 14: INTERVIEWING IN A DIVERSE AND MULTICULTURAL WORLD; References; Author Index; Subject Index
Summary: The Fourth Edition of the classic Clinical Interviewing by John and Rita Sommers-Flanagan reflects current research in the field as well as an important expansion of multicultural content throughout. Fully revised, this invaluable text will help you sharpen your counseling skills with thoughtful insight into critical interviewing techniques that will result in more effective and compassionate therapy. Complete with real-world case examples, this essential guide equips you to master the skills necessary in mental health interviewing.
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Clinical Interviewing; Contents; Preface; Part I: BECOMING A MENTAL HEALTH PROFESSIONAL; Chapter 1: INTRODUCTION; Chapter 2: FOUNDATIONS AND PREPARATIONS; Part II: LISTENING AND RELATIONSHIP DEVELOPMENT; Chapter 3: BASIC ATTENDING, LISTENING, AND ACTION SKILLS; Chapter 4: DIRECTIVES: QUESTIONS AND ACTION SKILLS; Chapter 5: THEORETICALLY-SUPPORTED AND EVIDENCE-BASED RELATIONSHIPS IN CLINICAL INTERVIEWING; Part III: STRUCTURING AND ASSESSMENT; Chapter 6: AN OVERVIEW OF THE INTERVIEW PROCESS; Chapter 7: INTAKE INTERVIEWING AND REPORT WRITING; Chapter 8: THE MENTAL STATUS EXAMINATION

Chapter 9: SUICIDE ASSESSMENTChapter 10: DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT PLANNING; Part IV: INTERVIEWING SPECIAL POPULATIONS; Chapter 11: CHALLENGING CLIENTS AND DEMANDING SITUATIONS; Chapter 12: INTERVIEWING YOUNG CLIENTS; Chapter 13: PRINCIPLES AND TIPS FOR INTERVIEWING COUPLES AND FAMILIES; Chapter 14: INTERVIEWING IN A DIVERSE AND MULTICULTURAL WORLD; References; Author Index; Subject Index

The Fourth Edition of the classic Clinical Interviewing by John and Rita Sommers-Flanagan reflects current research in the field as well as an important expansion of multicultural content throughout. Fully revised, this invaluable text will help you sharpen your counseling skills with thoughtful insight into critical interviewing techniques that will result in more effective and compassionate therapy. Complete with real-world case examples, this essential guide equips you to master the skills necessary in mental health interviewing.