Clinical Interviewing 3e - Sommers-Flanagan, John

Clinical Interviewing 3e

John Sommers-Flanagan

Yayınevi: John Wiley

Yayın tarihi: 11/2002

ISBN: 9780471415473

Yazar : Rita Sommers-Flanagan

Ciltli | İngilizce | 456 Sayfa | Büyük boy  | 

Tür: Psikoloji

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Acclaim for Clinical Interviewing
"This is easily one of the best books on clinical interviewing available. In successfully blending theory, scholarly research, and richly illustrated clinical examples, the authors bring the material to life."–Eric R. Dahlen, PhD, Department of Psychology, University of Southern Mississippi.
"Clinical Interviewing is a comprehensive, student-friendly, and well-organized text that focuses on an array of skills and issues facing interviewers across a variety of clinical disciplines. This excellent text reflects the insight and expertise of the Sommers-Flanagan team."–Sherry Cormier, PhD, author of Interviewing Strategies for Helpers, Professor of counseling, west virginia university.
"The authors present the material in a clear and concise manner and give the reader a realistic and balanced portrait of the skills necessary to be an effective interviewer. An excellent text for a beginning techniques course, as well as a reference for counselor trainees and experienced therapists alike."–Paula R. Danzinger, Phd, Assistant Professor of Counselor Education William Paterson University, Wayne, New Jersey.
This classic text presents practical strategies for conducting effective interviews.
This new edition of Clinical Interviewing presents the scientific foundations and interpersonal art of mental health interviewing in a clear and concise style. Integrating a variety of theoretical interviewing models, the Third Edition has a strong multicultural emphasis and includes new material on:
Structural models of clinical interviewing
Writing intake reports
The mental status examination
Interviewing substance abusing clients
New risk factors and intervention approaches for suicide
Interviewing trauma victims
Complete with updated, real-world case examples, Clinical Interviewing is a dynamic tool for becoming a more effective interviewer.

Table Of Contents
Part One: Becoming a Mental Health Professional.
Chapter 1: Introduction: Philosophy and Organization.
Welcome to the Journey.
Teaching Philosophy.
Theoretical Orientations.
Basic Requirements for Clinical Interviewers.
Goals and Objectives of This Book.
Suggested Readings and Resources.
Chapter 2: Foundations and Preparations.
Toward a Definition of Clinical Interviewing.
Effective Interviewing: Seven Vocational Perspectives.
The Physical Setting.
Professional and Ethical Issues.
Suggested Readings and Resources.

Part Two: Listening and Relationship Development.
Chapter 3: Basic Attending, Listening, and Action Skills.
Attending Behavior.
Moving Beyond Attending.
Nondirective Listening Responses.
The Pull to Reassurance.
Directive Listening Responses.
Suggested Readings and Resources.
Chapter 4: Directives: Questions and Action Skills.
Using Questions.
Directive Action Responses.
Suggested Readings and Resources.
Chapter 5: Relationship Variables and Clinical Interviewing.
Carl Rogers’s Core Conditions.
Psychoanalytic and Interpersonal Relationship Variables.
Relationship Variables and Behavioral and Social Psychology.
Feminist Relationship Variables.
Integrating Relationship Variables.
Suggested Readings and Resources.

Part Three: Structuring and Assessment.
Chapter 6: An Overview of the Interview Process.
Structural Models.
The Introduction.
The Opening.
The Body.
The Closing.
The Science of Clinical Interviewing.
Suggested Readings and Resources.
Chapter 7: Intake Interviewing and Report Writing.
What Is an Intake Interview?
Objectives of Intake Interviewing.
Factors Affecting Intake Interview Procedures.
Interviewing Special Populations.
Brief Intake Interviewing: A Managed Care Model.
The Intake Report.
Suggested Readings and Resources.
Chapter 8: The Mental Status Examination.
What Is a Mental Status Examination?
The Generic Mental Status Examination.
When to Use Mental Status Examinations.
Suggested Readings and Resources.
Chapter 9: Suicide Assessment.
Personal Reactions to Suicide.
Suicide Statistics.
Considering Suicide Myths.
Suicide Risk Factors.
Conducting a Thorough Suicide Assessment.
Crisis Intervention with Suicidal Clients.
Professional Issues.
Suggested Readings and Resources.
Chapter 10: Diagnosis and Treatment Planning.
Principles of Psychiatric Diagnosis.
Diagnostic Assessment: Methods and Procedures.
The Science of Clinical Interviewing, Part II: Diagnostic Reliability and Validity.
A Balanced Approach to Conducting Diagnostic Clinical Interviews.
Treatment Planning.
An Integrated (Biopsychosocial) Approach to Treatment Planning.
Suggested Readings and Resources.

Part Four: Interviewing Special Populations.
Chapter 11: Interviewing Young Clients.
Special Considerations in Working with Children.
The Introduction.
The Opening.
The Body.
The Closing.
Suggested Readings and Resources.
Chapter 12: Interviewing Couples and Families.
Some Ironies of Interviewing Couples and Families.
Interviewing Stages and Tasks.
Formal Couple and Family Assessment Procedures.
Special Considerations.
Suggested Readings and Resources.
Chapter 13: Multicultural and Diversity Issues.
Relationship in the Context of Diversity.
The Big Four.
Other Diverse Client Populations.
The Importance of Context.
Interviewing Context and Procedures.
Culture-Bound Syndromes.
Matters of Etiquette.
Suggested Readings and Resources.

Author Index.
Subject Index.
About the Authors.

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