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With an engaging conversational style, The Psychiatric Interview,focuses on the practical skills psychiatrists need to conduct effective psychiatric interviews. The book begins with the general principles essential to effective interviewing , and guides readers through a range of issues, including the seductive patient, the malingerer, borderline personalities, and others. The new edition includes information on interviews to help readers complete important rating scales and also provides practical tips on working with electronic medical records in the setting of a psychiatric interview.
Table of Contents
|Introduction to the Third Edition||p. xiii|
|General Principles of Effective Interviewing|
|The Initial Interview: A Preview||p. 2|
|Logistic Preparations: What to Do Before the Interview||p. 7|
|The Therapeutic Alliance: What It Is, Why It's Important, and How to Establish It||p. 17|
|Asking Questions I: How to Approach Threatening Topics||p. 25|
|Asking Questions II: Tricks for Improving Patient Recall||p. 30|
|Asking Questions III: How to Change Topics with Style||p. 33|
|Techniques for the Reluctant Patient||p. 35|
|Techniques for the Overly Talkative Patient||p. 39|
|Techniques for the Malingering Patient||p. 43|
|Techniques for the Adolescent Patient||p. 48|
|Interviewing Family Members and Other Informants||p. 57|
|Techniques for Other Challenging Situations||p. 66|
|Practical Psychodynamics in the Diagnostic Interview||p. 71|
|The Psychiatric History|
|Obtaining the History of Present Illness||p. 84|
|Obtaining the Psychiatric History||p. 91|
|Screening for General Medical Conditions||p. 99|
|Family Psychiatric History||p. 108|
|Obtaining the Social and Developmental History||p. 113|
|Interviewing for Diagnosis: The Psychiatric Review of Symptoms|
|How to Memorize the DSM-IV-TR Criteria||p. 120|
|Interviewing for Diagnosis: The Art of Hypothesis Testing||p. 130|
|Mental Status Examination||p. 135|
|Assessing Suicidal and Homicidal Ideation||p. 155|
|Assessing Mood Disorders I: Depressive Disorders||p. 163|
|Assessing Mood Disorders II: Bipolar Disorder||p. 173|
|Assessing Anxiety Disorders||p. 180|
|Assessing Alcohol Dependence and Drug Abuse||p. 191|
|Assessing Psychotic Disorders||p. 199|
|Assessing Dementia and Delirium||p. 218|
|Assessing Eating Disorders and Somatization Disorder||p. 225|
|Assessing Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder||p. 230|
|Assessing Personality Disorders||p. 236|
|Interviewing for Treatment|
|How to Educate Your Patient||p. 248|
|Negotiating a Treatment Plan||p. 253|
|Writing Up the Results of the Interview||p. 258|
|Pocket Cards||p. 272|
|Data Forms for the Interview||p. 283|
|Patient Education Handouts||p. 299|
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