9780721670119

Psychiatric Interviewing : The Art of Understanding

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  • ISBN13:

    9780721670119

  • ISBN10:

    0721670113

  • Edition: 2nd
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 1998-07-06
  • Publisher: Saunders
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Summary

The 2nd edition of this clinically based guidebook that focuses on the initial psychiatric interview provides practical suggestions for analyzing and altering the interview to mesh with the specific needs of the patient. Contains detailed discussions of how to open an interview, how to interpret nonverbal communication, how to make more natural transitions, and how to arrive at accurate diagnoses. Offers special techniques for eliciting information from depressed, psychotic, and personality-disordered patients. This edition presents updated DSM-IV criteria, new strategies in suicide assessment, and an annotated interview section accompanied by sample write-ups with tips in the appendix. Spanish version also available, ISBN: 84-8174-596-0

Table of Contents

Foreword vii
Leston Havens, M.D.
PART 1 Fundamentals of Interviewing 3(222)
CHAPTER 1 Interviewing: The Principles Behind the Art
3(54)
CHAPTER 2 Dynamic Structure of the Interview
57(88)
CHAPTER 3 Nonverbal Behavior: The Interview as Mime
145(46)
CHAPTER 4 Assessment Perspectives: Pathways to Effective Treatment Planning
191(34)
PART 2 The Interview and Psychopathology 225(218)
CHAPTER 5 Interviewing Techniques in Depression and Other Mood Disorders
225(60)
CHAPTER 6 Interviewing Techniques While Exploring Psychosis
285(80)
CHAPTER 7 Personality Disorders: Reflections of the Social History
365(78)
PART 3 Advanced Techniques of Interviewing 443(179)
CHAPTER 8 Exploring Suicidal and Homicidal Ideation
443(72)
CHAPTER 9 The Mental Status and Vantage Points: Bridges to Psychotherapy
515(60)
CHAPTER 10 The Art of Moving With Resistance
575(47)
APPENDIX I Supervision Utilizing Facilic Analysis 622(4)
APPENDIX II Annotated Interview (Full 60-Minute Intake) 626(61)
APPENDIX III The Written Document: Effective Strategies 687(28)
APPENDIX IIIA Practical Tips for Creating a Good Write-Up 691(7)
APPENDIX IIIB Dictation Prompts and Quality Assurance Guidelines for the Written Document 698(4)
APPENDIX IIIC Sample Written Assessment 702(6)
APPENDIX IIID Initial Biopsychosocial Assessment 708(7)
APPENDIX IV Tips for Passing the Oral Boards in Psychiatry 715(12)
GLOSSARY OF INTERVIEW SUPERVISION TERMS 727(8)
INDEX 735

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