9780471295679

Clinical Interviewing

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  • ISBN13:

    9780471295679

  • ISBN10:

    0471295671

  • Edition: 2nd
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 1999-02-01
  • Publisher: John Wiley & Sons Inc
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Summary

This clinical interviewing primer blends a personal and easy-to-read style with a unique emphasis on both the scientific foundations and interpersonal aspects of mental health interviewing. Written from an integrative/eclectic perspective, this edition also incorporates modifications made necessary by the rise of managed care and by revised thinking in the interviewing field related to DSM-IV. New chapters have been added on suicide assessment interviewing; interviewing teens, couples, and families; multicultural interviewing; and stress management techniques for the interviewer.

Table of Contents

Part One Becoming a Mental Health Professional 3(58)
Chapter 1 Introduction: Philosophy and Organization
3(13)
Welcome to the Journey
4(1)
Teaching Philosophy
4(3)
Theoretical Orientations
7(2)
Basic Requirements for Clinical Interviewers
9(4)
Goals and Objectives of This Book
13(1)
Summary
14(1)
Suggested Readings and Resources
14(2)
Chapter 2 Foundations
16(19)
Toward a Definition of Clinical Interviewing
17(1)
Clarifying Initial Assumptions and Issues
17(7)
Self-Awareness
24(7)
Interviewing Expectations and Misconceptions
31(1)
Effective Interviewing: Seven Vocational Perspectives
31(2)
Summary
33(1)
Suggested Readings and Resources
34(1)
Chapter 3 Preparations
35(26)
The Physical Setting
35(9)
Professional and Ethical Issues
44(12)
Summary
56(1)
Suggested Readings and Resources
57(4)
Part Two Listening and Relationship Development 61(98)
Chapter 4 Basic Attending Skills
61(28)
Attending Behavior
62(8)
The Relationship between Attending and Listening
70(1)
Giving Constructive Feedback
71(1)
Moving beyond Attending
72(2)
Nondirective Listening Responses
74(13)
The Pull to Reassurance
87(1)
Summary
87(1)
Suggested Readings and Resources
88(1)
Chapter 5 Directives: Listening and Action Responses
89(34)
Directive Listening Responses
90(5)
Using Questions
95(14)
Directive Action Responses
109(12)
Summary
121(1)
Suggested Readings and Resources
122(1)
Chapter 6 Relationship Variables and Clinical Interviewing
123(36)
Rapport
124(3)
Carl Rogers's Core Conditions
127(10)
The Relationship among Rogers's Core Conditions
137(1)
Psychoanalytic and Interpersonal Relationship Variables
138(10)
Relationship Variables and Behavioral and Social Psychology
148(4)
Feminist Relationship Variables
152(2)
Intergrating Relationship Variables
154(1)
Summary
154(1)
Suggested Readings and Resources
155(4)
Part Three Structuring and Assessment 159(148)
Chapter 7 An Overview of the Interview Process
159(28)
Structural Models
160(1)
The Introduction
161(7)
The Opening
168(6)
The Body
174(5)
The Closing
179(3)
Termination
182(3)
Summary
185(1)
Suggested Readings and Resources
186(1)
Chapter 8 The Intake Interview
187(28)
What Is an Intake Interview?
187(2)
Objectives of Intake Interviewing
189(19)
Factors Affecting Intake Interview Procedures
208(2)
Brief Intake Interviewing: A Managed Care Model
210(3)
Summary
213(1)
Suggested Readings and Resources
214(1)
Chapter 9 The Mental Status Examination
215(29)
What Is a Mental Status Examination?
216(1)
The Generic Mental Status Examination
216(24)
When to Use Mental Status Examinations
240(2)
Summary
242(1)
Suggested Readings and Resources
243(1)
Chapter 10 Suicide Assessment
244(32)
Personal Reactions to Suicide
246(1)
Suicide Statistics
246(1)
Considering Suicide Myths
247(1)
Risk Factors Associated with Suicide
248(5)
Conducting a Thorough Suicide Assessment
253(8)
Crisis Intervention with Suicidal Clients
261(5)
Professional Issues
266(7)
Summary
273(1)
Suggested Readings and Resources
274(2)
Chapter 11 Diagnosis and Treatment Planning
276(31)
Principles of Psychiatric Diagnosis
276(7)
Diagnostic Assessment: Methods and Procedures
283(3)
A Balanced Approach to Conducting Diagnostic Clinical Interviews
286(6)
Treatment Planning
292(3)
An Integrated (Biopsychosocial) Approach to Treatment Planning
295(8)
Summary
303(1)
Suggested Readings and Resources
304(3)
Part Four Interviewing Special Populations 307(90)
Chapter 12 Interviewing Young Clients
307(32)
Special Considerations in Working with Children
308(2)
The Introduction
310(2)
The Opening
312(9)
The Body
321(13)
The Closing
334(2)
Termination
336(1)
Summary
337(1)
Suggested Readings and Resources
337(2)
Chapter 13 Interviewing Couples and Families
339(33)
Some Paradoxes of Interviewing Couples and Families
340(2)
Interviewing Stages and Tasks
342(18)
Formal Couple and Family Assessment Procedures
360(1)
Special Considerations
360(10)
Summary
370(1)
Suggested Readings and Resources
371(1)
Chapter 14 Multicultural and Diversity Issues in Interviewing
372(25)
Relationship in the Context of Diversity
372(3)
The Big Four
375(9)
Other Diverse Client Populations
384(4)
The Perils and Potentials of Asking about Diversity
388(4)
Issues in Diagnosis and Assessment
392(1)
Summary
393(1)
Suggested Readings and Resources
394(3)
References 397(26)
About the Authors 423(2)
Index 425

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