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Interviewing in Action : Relationship, Process, and Change

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Edition:
2nd
ISBN13:

9780534538965

ISBN10:
0534538967
Format:
Paperback
Pub. Date:
2/11/2002
Publisher(s):
Brooks Cole
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Summary

1. A Different Kind of Talking. 2. Getting Started. 3. Attending and Listening. 4. Support and Empathy: A Sustaining Presence. 5. Exploration and Elaboration. 6. Assessment, Goal Setting, Contracting, and Evaluation. 7. Gaining New Perspectives: Helping Clients See Things Differently. 8. Changing Behaviors: Helping Clients Do Things Differently. 9. Working with People in Crisis. 10. The Clinical Relationship: Issues and Dynamics. 11. The Clinical Relationship: Addressing Self-Disclosure and Other Boundary Issues. 12. Endings and Transitions. 13. Professional Issues: Ongoing Education and Self-Care. References.

Author Biography

Bianca Cody Murphy, Ed.D., is Professor of Psychology at Wheaton College and a licensed psychologist practicing with Newton Psychotherapy Associates Carolyn Dillon, LICSW, BCD, is a Clinical Professor at Boston University School of Social Work

Table of Contents

1. A Different Kind of Talking
2. Getting Started
3. Attending and Listening
4. Support and Empathy: A Sustaining Presence
5. Exploration and Elaboration
6. Assessment, Goal Setting, Contracting, and Evaluation
7. Gaining New Perspectives: Helping Clients See Things Differently
8. Changing Behaviors: Helping Clients Do Things Differently
9. Working with People in Crisis
10. The Clinical Relationship: Issues and Dynamics
11. The Clinical Relationship: Addressing Self-Disclosure and Other Boundary Issues
12. Endings and Transitions
13. Professional Issues: Ongoing Education and Self-Care
References


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