A Child Interviewer's Guide

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This unique synopsis of the art and science of forensic interviewing of children covers: the interviewing process; deciding which children could benefit; gathering background information; preparing the room; using appropriate questions and

tools; closing and documenting the

interview; memory and suggestibility

responding to non-disclosure and false allegations; working with special-needs children; managing abuse allegations in the context of custody disputes.

Implications for current practice are drawn from the authors' deep understanding of the clinical realities of child interviewing.

"...integrates comprehensive coverage of research along with extensive clinical experience...special topics include memory & suggestibility, responding to non-disclosure and false allegations, and working with special needs children."

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Originally developed and published to ensure that child abuse evaluators in Oregon were highly skilled and well trained, by summarizing concisely and clearly the accumulated knowledge on interviewing children. Considers such factors as a child's eligibility to be interviewed, interviewer training, a neutral environment, single-versus-multiple interviewers, background information, posing appropriate questions, language, using anatomical dolls and other tools, ending the interview, the non-disclosing child, and custody and visitation disputes. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.
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Table of Contents

Introduction
Pt. I Getting Ready
1 Child Eligibility for a Forensic Interview 3
2 Interviewer Training 10
3 Multidisciplinary Team Involvement 19
4 Establishing a Neutral Environment 25
5 Single Versus Multiple Interviewers 33
6 Friendly, Neutral Approach to Children 42
7 Gathering and Documenting Background Information 53
Pt. II Basic Interviewing Skills
8 Setting the Stage 63
9 Posing Appropriate Questions 78
10 The Use of Language in Child Interviews 99
11 The Use of Repeated Questions in Interviews 115
12 Using Anatomical Dolls and Other Tools 121
13 Ending the Interview 137
14 Verbatim Documentation 145
Pt. III Specialty Issues
15 Memory and Suggestibility 155
16 Errors in Children's Reports 173
17 The Nondisclosing Child 182
18 Interviewing the Special Needs Child 193
19 Coping With Custody and Visitation Disputes 207
App. A Core Literature for Child Interviewers 215
App. B C. A. R. E. S. Northwest Program Social History Questionnaire 218
App. C Sources for Dolls and Drawings 222
App. D C. A. R. E. S. Protective Order 224
References 227
Index 237
About the Authors 247
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