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Interviewing and Change Strategies for Helpers: Fundamental Skills and Cognitive Behavioral Interventions

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5th
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9780534537418

ISBN10:
0534537413
Format:
Hardcover
Pub. Date:
8/7/2002
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Cengage Learning
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Summary

This innovative revision of a respected text skillfully combines evidence-based interviewing skills and cognitive-behavioral intervention change strategies applicable to a wide range of client ages, cultural backgrounds, and problems in living. The book interweaves attention to conceptual and empirical foundations with a practical skills emphasis on real-life factors in contemporary settings with diverse clientele. Long commended for its synthesis of up-to-date professional knowledge with case models, learning activities, and guided feedback, INTERVIEWING AND CHANGE STRATEGIES FOR HELPERS adds significant new content on vital topics such as ethics, critical thinking, technology, managed care, client resistance, and cultural diversity. Now in its Fifth Edition, the interdisciplinary team of Cormier and Nurius blend updates and a proven instructional format focusing on knowledge, skills, commitments, and tools at the core of what is needed by today's professional helpers.

Table of Contents

About this Book
1(15)
Envision This
1(1)
A Practice Nexus for the Helping Professions
1(5)
An Overview of Helping
6(2)
Format of the Book
8(5)
Globalization
13(1)
Information Technology in the New Millennium
13(1)
Infotrac Explorations
14(1)
Suggested Resources
14(2)
Building Your Foundation as A Helper
16(29)
Objectives
16(1)
Characteristics of Effective Helpers: Self-Awareness, Interpersonal Awareness, and Critical Thinking
16(4)
Issues Affecting Helpers: Values, Diversity, and Ethics
20(21)
Summary
41(1)
InfoTrac Explorations
41(1)
Suggested Resources
41(2)
Postevaluation
43(1)
Postevaluation Feedback
44(1)
Understanding Nonverbal Behavior
45(18)
Objectives
45(1)
Client Nonverbal Behavior
46(8)
How to Work with Client Nonverbal Behavior
54(2)
Helper Nonverbal Behavior
56(2)
Summary
58(1)
InfoTrac Explorations
59(1)
Suggested Resources
59(1)
Postevaluation
60(1)
Postevaluation Feedback
61(2)
Ingredients of an Effective Helping Relationship
63(21)
Objectives
63(1)
Facilitative Conditions
64(7)
Emotional Objectivity: Transference and Countertransference
71(2)
The Working Alliance
73(3)
Relationship Variables and Resistance
76(3)
Relationship Strategies for Involuntary Clients
79(1)
Summary
80(1)
InfoTrac Explorations
81(1)
Suggested Resources
81(1)
Postevaluation
82(1)
Postevaluation Feedback
83(1)
Listening Responses
84(29)
Objectives
84(1)
Listening to Clients' Stories
85(1)
Four Listening Responses
86(3)
Listening for Understanding: Paraphrasing, Reflecting, and Basic Empathy
89(17)
Barriers to Listening
106(1)
Listening with Diverse Groups of Clients
106(1)
Summary
107(1)
InfoTrac Explorations
107(1)
Suggested Resources
108(1)
Postevaluation
109(3)
Postevaluation Feedback
112(1)
Relationship Enhancement Variables and Interpersonal Influence
113(21)
Objectives
113(1)
Strong's Model of Counseling as an Interpersonal Influence Process
113(1)
The Interactional Nature of the Influence Process
114(1)
Helper Characteristics or Relationship Enhancers
115(14)
Summary
129(1)
InfoTrac Explorations
130(1)
Suggested Resources
130(1)
Postevaluation
131(2)
Postevaluation Feedback
133(1)
Influencing Responses
134(41)
Objectives
134(1)
Influencing Responses and Timing
135(1)
What Does Influencing Require of Helpers?
135(1)
Six Influencing Responses
135(28)
Summary
163(1)
InfoTrac Explorations
163(1)
Suggested Resources
163(3)
Postevaluation
166(7)
Postevaluation Feedback
173(2)
Conceptualizing and Assessing Client Issues, Concerns, and Contexts
175(32)
Objectives
175(1)
What Is Assessment?
175(1)
The Lazarus Model of Conceptualization: The BASIC ID
175(3)
Our Assumptions About Assessment and Cognitive Behavior Therapy
178(3)
The Person-in-Environment Model
181(4)
The ABC Model of Behavior
185(5)
Diagnostic Classification
190(4)
Limitations of Diagnosis: Labels and Gender/Multicultural Biases
194(2)
A Model Case
196(5)
Summary
201(1)
InfoTrac Explorations
201(1)
Suggested Resources
201(2)
Postevaluation
203(2)
Postevaluation feedback
205(2)
Conducting an Interview Assessment with Clients
207(48)
Objectives
207(1)
Direct Assessment Interviewing
207(1)
Intake Interviews and History
208(1)
Mental-Status Examination
209(2)
Cultural Issues in Intake and Mental-Status Interviews
211(1)
Eleven Categories for Assessing Clients
212(18)
Gender and Multicultural Factors in Interview Assessment
230(1)
Limitations of Interview Leads in Assessment
230(1)
Model Dialogue for Interview Assessment: The Case of Joan
230(11)
Notes and Record Keeping
241(1)
Client Self-Monitoring Assessment
242(2)
Summary
244(1)
InfoTrac Explorations
244(1)
Suggested Resources
244(3)
Postevaluation
247(6)
Postevaluation Feedback
253(2)
Identifying, Defining, and Evaluating Outcome Goals
255(52)
Objectives
255(1)
Outcome Goals and Their Purposes in the Helping Process
255(1)
Cultural Issues in Outcome Goals
256(1)
Change Issues in Outcome Goals
257(3)
Resistance Issues in Outcome Goals
260(2)
Interview Leads for Identifying Goals
262(5)
Model Dialogue: The Case of Joan
267(4)
Interview Leads for Defining Goals
271(9)
Evaluation of Outcome Goals
280(1)
Response Dimensions of Outcomes: What to Evaluate
281(2)
Choosing Outcome Measures: How to Evaluate Outcomes
283(4)
When to Evaluate Outcomes
287(4)
Model Example: The Case of Joan
291(1)
Model Dialogue: The Case of Joan
292(5)
Summary
297(1)
InfoTrac Explorations
298(1)
Suggested Resources
298(2)
Postevaluation
300(6)
Postevaluation Feedback
306(1)
Treatment Planning and Selection
307(39)
Objectives
307(1)
Treatment Planning: Common Factors and Specific Ingredients of Treatment
307(1)
Factors Affecting Treatment Selection
308(6)
Decision Rules in Planning for Type, Duration, and Mode of Treatment
314(6)
Cost Effectiveness of Treatment
320(2)
Multicultural and Gender Issues in Treatment Planning and Selection
322(9)
The Process of Treatment Planning and Empowered Consent
331(1)
Case Study: A Puerto Rican Woman Suffering from Ataques de Nervios
332(3)
Termination Issues in Helping
335(3)
Model Dialogue: The Case of Joan
338(3)
Summary and Introduction to the Treatment Change Strategy Chapters
341(1)
InfoTrac Explorations
341(1)
Suggested Resources
342(1)
Postevaluation
343(1)
Postevaluation Feedback
344(2)
Imagery and Modeling Strategies
346(45)
Objectives
346(2)
Participant Modeling
348(3)
Multicultural Applications of Modeling
351(2)
Model Dialogue: Participant Modeling
353(3)
Client Imagery: Assessment and Training
356(2)
Multicultural Applications of Imagery
358(1)
Guided Imagery
359(4)
Model Example: Guided Imagery
363(1)
Covert Modeling
364(6)
Model Dialogue: Covert Modeling
370(6)
Summary
376(1)
InfoTrac Explorations
377(1)
Suggested Resources
377(2)
Postevaluation
379(9)
Postevaluation Feedback
388(3)
Reframing, Cognitive Modeling, and Problem-Solving Strategies
391(42)
Objectives
391(1)
The Process of Reframing
391(5)
Multicultural Applications of Reframing
396(1)
Model Case: Reframing
397(1)
Cognitive Modeling with Cognitive Self-Instructional Training
397(6)
Model Dialogue: Cognitive Modeling with Cognitive Self-Instructional Training
403(3)
Problem-Solving Therapy
406(4)
Multicultural Applications of Problem Solving
410(3)
Stages of Problem Solving
413(6)
Model Example: Problem-Solving Therapy
419(1)
Summary
420(3)
Postevaluation
423(9)
Postevaluation Feedback
432
InfoTrac Explorations
421(1)
Suggested Resources
421(12)
Cognitive Change and Cognitive Restructuring Strategies
433(34)
Objectives
433(1)
Developments in Cognitive Therapy
434(1)
Uses of Cognitive Restructuring
435(2)
Multicultural Applications of Cognitive Therapy and Cognitive Restructuring
437(3)
Six Components of Cognitive Restructuring
440(14)
Model Dialogue: Cognitive Restructuring
454(5)
Summary
459(1)
InfoTrac Explorations
459(1)
Suggested Resources
460(1)
Postevaluation
461(5)
Postevaluation Feedback
466(1)
Stress Management Strategies
467(38)
Objectives
467(1)
Stress and Coping
467(3)
Cultural and Life Course Variations in Stress
470(2)
The Physiology of Breathing and Stress
472(3)
Steps for Breathing
475(3)
Contraindications and Adverse Effects of Diaphragmatic Breathing
478(1)
Model Example: Diaphragmatic Breathing
478(1)
Stress Inoculation: Processes and Uses
479(2)
Seven Components of Stress Inoculation
481(9)
Model Dialogue: Stress Inoculation
490(2)
Spirituality in Practice
492(5)
Summary
497(1)
InfoTrac Explorations
497(1)
Suggested Resources
498(1)
Postevaluation
499(5)
Postevaluation Feedback
504(1)
Meditation and Movement Strategies
505(38)
Objectives
505(1)
Meditation: Processes and Uses
505(3)
Applications of Meditation and Relaxation with Diverse Clients
508(1)
Basic Meditation
508(1)
Steps in Mindfulness Meditation
508(3)
Steps for the Relaxation Response
511(1)
Contraindications and Adverse Effects of Meditation
512(1)
Model Example: Mindfulness Meditation
512(2)
Muscle Relaxation: Process and Uses
514(7)
Steps of Muscle Relaxation
521(1)
Contraindications and Adverse Effects of Muscle Relaxation
522(1)
Variations of Muscle Relaxation
522(3)
Model Dialogue: Muscle Relaxation
525(1)
Exercise Therapy
526(3)
Summary
529(1)
InfoTrac Explorations
529(1)
Suggested Resources
530(1)
Postevaluation
531(11)
Postevaluation Feedback
542(1)
Desensitization Strategies
543(37)
Objectives
543(1)
Reported Uses of Desensitization
544(4)
Multicultural Variations of Anxiety and Use of Systematic Desensitization
548(1)
Explanations of Desensitization
549(1)
Components of Desensitization
549(1)
Model Dialogue: Rationale for Desensitization
550(1)
Model Dialogue: Identifying Emotion-Provoking Situations
551(4)
Model Dialogue: Hierarchy Construction Using the Sud Scale
555(3)
Model Dialogue: Selection of and Training in Counterconditioning Response
558(2)
Model Dialogue: Imagery Assessment
560(2)
Model Dialogue: Scene Presentation
562(2)
Model Dialogue: Homework and Follow-Up
564(1)
Problems Encountered During Desensitization
565(1)
Variations of Systematic Desensitization
566(2)
Summary
568(1)
InfoTrac Explorations
568(1)
Suggested Resources
569(1)
Postevaluation
570(2)
Postevaluation Feedback
572(8)
Self-Management Strategies: Self-Monitoring, Stimulus Control, Self-Reward, Self-as-a-Model, and Self-Efficacy
580(59)
Objectives
580(1)
Clinical Uses of Self-Management Strategies
581(3)
Multicultural Applications of Self-Management
584(2)
Characteristics of an Effective Self-Management Program
586(1)
Steps in Developing a Client Self-Management Program
587(2)
Self-Monitoring: Purposes, Uses, and Processes
589(3)
Steps of Self-Monitoring
592(8)
Model Example: Self-Monitoring
600(1)
Stimulus Control
601(4)
Model Example: Stimulus Control
605(1)
Self-Reward: Processes and Uses
606(1)
Components of Self-Reward
607(3)
Model Example: Self-Reward
610(1)
Self-as-a-Model
611(2)
Model Dialogue: Self-as-a-Model
613(2)
Self-Efficacy
615(7)
Multicultural Applications of Self-Efficacy
622(7)
Model Example: Self-Efficacy
629(1)
Summary
630(1)
InfoTrac Explorations
631(1)
Suggested Resources
632(4)
Postevaluation
636(1)
Postevaluation Feedback
637(2)
Appendix 639(1)
References 640(33)
Name Index 673(9)
Subject Index 682


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