4 edition of Clinical interviewing skills found in the catalog.
|Statement||Robert E. Froelich, F. Marian Bishop.|
|Contributions||Bishop, Frances Marian, joint author.|
|LC Classifications||RC65 .F7 1977|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 203 p. :|
|Number of Pages||203|
|LC Control Number||76062992|
I have learned a great deal from reading this book and my patient outcomes have improved. Sharon M. Client Personal History Even when time is limited, social-developmental history information helps ensure accurate diagnosis. A key aspect of this text is its unique appeal to both novice and experienced clinicians.
After all, that is what we as providers want, right? Exploring client strengths provides important diagnostic information. Bottom line: buy this book, dive into this book, put this book down and pick it up again, and certainly mark it up. She also has a bachelor's degree in music.
With time at a premium, today's clinicians must rapidly engage their patients while gathering an imposingly large amount of critical information. In diagnostic circles, compulsive behavior generally alerts the clinician to symptoms associated with either obsessive-compulsive disorder or obsessive-compulsive personality disorder. Provide a Comfortable Setting One of the most important social work interviewing skills is creating a safe space for your clients. Especially impressive is the integration of cultural competence and cultural humility in the interview process. Similarly, the lay public overuses the terms compulsive, panic, hyperactive, and bipolar.
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Further, after experiencing an hour-long diagnostic interview, clients may feel even more sad or demoralized. My main problem is panic. Some patients report not wanting to take medication or are non-compliant with their medication. Record it in their chart.
Clinical Interviewing vs. Client Social Support Network In some cases, it can be critical to obtain diagnostic information from people other than the client, especially when interviewing young clients.
I have learned a great deal from reading this book and my patient outcomes have improved. Notable strengths of the book are its careful attention to ethical practice and counselor self-care.
I started my association with this book with the 4th edition Amazon verified purchase. This statement is a role induction that educates clients about the interview process. John and Rita Sommers-Flanagan make an eloquent case that connecting with the client on a human level is the superordinate task, without which little else of value can be achieved.
Extensive structure may not be acceptable for practitioners who prefer using intuition and who emphasize relationship development.
Assessment of Client Coping Skills Client coping skills may be related to diagnosis and can facilitate treatment planning.
Version sixth has some great updates, including links to videos that can be This particular edition is in a Paperback format.
This is especially true with the term depression. Readers will find all the essential information needed to conduct a clinical interview, presented in a clear, straightforward, and engaging style. To do so, the pages are filled with sample questions and examples of interviewing dialogue that bring to life methods for sensitively exploring difficult topics such as domestic violence, drug abuse, incest, antisocial behavior, and taking a sexual history as well as performing complex processes such as the mental status.
The online video content and other resources are first-rate and take quite a lot of the sting out of the price tag. Psychotherapy Back cover copy Praise for "Clinical Interviewing, Fifth Edition" "For students wanting to learn about the assessment and interviewing process, this book offers a comprehensive approach to putting skills and knowledge into action.
For example, if a patient indicates he or she is interested in losing weightask why, because, to your dismay, the patient may not want to do it for the health benefits.
Shea's skills as a speaker as follows, "Dr. Phrasing questions in open-ended form, when possible and appropriate to the function of your interview, shows your clients that you are interested and open to hearing what they have to say. Price aside and rant asidethis is a jewel of a reference.
However, many individuals with social phobias, agoraphobia, or public speaking anxiety refer to panic. Structured and semi-structured diagnostic interviews are a part of the scientific foundation of psychology and counseling.
During active listening, you use mirroring techniques to paraphrase and reflect back to a client what he or she has just said.The clinical interview is 40% assessment, 40% therapy, 25% relational, and 20% technical.
What I’m trying to say (other than I wasn't a math major) is that, as the headwaters from which all counseling and psychotherapy flow, the clinical interview is a flexible tool that many researchers and practitioners use to achieve many different goals.
Bring Dr. Shea to your annual meeting, symposium, or clinic to provide one of his award-winning workshops and keynotes on suicide assessment and other clinical interviewing topics for mental health professionals. Listen and watch audio and video excerpts from presentations.
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This book covers the application of MI method and skills into medical practice using numerous clinical scenarios, personal reflections and online animated vignettes.
Fundamentals of Motivational Interviewing: Addressing Common Clinical Challenges / Schumacher and Madson () A common-language, and user-friendly guide to key concepts in MI. Nov 15, · Clinical Interviewing by John Sommers-Flanagan, This book reflects their considerable clinical experience and provides great content, engaging writing, and enduring wisdom." Few texts on interview skills cover so thoroughly the need to attend to cultural dimensions of work with diverse clients.
This is an awesome book written in an /5(8).