Intentional Interviewing and Counseling; Facilitating Client Development in a Multicultural Society / Edition 4

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Overview

In this edition of their best-selling text, Allen and Mary Bradford Ivey provide a practical approach that shows beginning counselors and therapists how to conduct effective interviews using the Iveys' original Microskills approach. Students learn to master basic listening and influencing skills, how to conduct a full interview using only listening skills, and how to adapt Microskills and interviewing plans to meet the needs of multicultural clients.
Each chapter includes multicultural commentaries and lively case studies that remind students that different cultural groups think of the helping process in very different ways, and that issues of gender, language, religion, physical disability, affectional orientation, and experience with life trauma (such as child abuse, rape, the Vietnam war) are factors that should be considered during the counseling interview.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780534357566
  • Publisher: Wadsworth
  • Publication date: 7/28/1998
  • Edition description: Older Edition
  • Edition number: 4
  • Pages: 408
  • Product dimensions: 8.00 (w) x 9.19 (h) x 0.64 (d)

Table of Contents

SECTION I. INTRODUCTION. 1. TOWARD INTENTIONAL INTERVIEWING AND COUNSELING. Counseling versus Interviewing. Intentionality as a Goal for Interviewing and Counseling. Cultural Intentionality. The Microskills Approach. Theory and Microskills. A Model for Learning and Teaching Microskills. Research Validating the Microskills Approach. You and the Microtraining Process: A Suggested Exercise. Story—Positive Asset—Restory—Action. References and Recommended Supplementary Reading . 2. ATTENDING BEHAVIOR: BASIC TO COMMUNICATION. Introduction. Example Interviews. Instructional Reading. Summary. Practice Exercises and Self-Assessment. Becoming a Samurai. References. SECTION II. HEARING CLIENT STORIES: HOW TO ORGANIZE AN INTERVIEW. 3. QUESTIONS: OPENING COMMUNICATION. Introduction. Example Interviews. Instructional Reading. Practice Exercises and Self-Assessment. References. 4. OBSERVATION SKILLS. Introduction. Example Interview. Instructional Reading. Summary. Practice Exercises and Self-Assessment. References. 5. ENCOURAGING, PARAPHRASING, AND SUMMARIZING: HEARING THE CLIENT ACCURATELY. Introduction. Example Interview. Instructional Reading. Summary. Practice Exercises and Self-Assessment. 6. NOTING AND REFLECTING FEELINGS: A FOUNDATION OF CLIENT EXPERIENCE. Introduction. Example Interview. Instructional Reading. Summary Caution. Practice Exercises and Self-Assessment. References. 7. SELECTING AND STRUCTURING SKILLS TO MEET CLIENT NEEDS: HOW TO CONDUCT A COMPLETE INTERVIEW USING ONLY LISTENING SKILLS. Introduction. Instructional Reading. Example Interview. Summary. Practice Exercises and Self-Assessment. References. . SECTION III. HELPING CLIENTS GENERATENEW STORIES THAT LEAD TO ACTION: ADVANCED SKILLS AND STRATEGIES. 8. THE SKILLS OF CONFRONTATION: SUPPORTING WHILE CHALLENGING. Introduction. Instructional Reading: Challenging Clients in a Supportive Fashion. Example Interview. Summary. Practice Exercises and Self-Assessment. References. 9. FOCUSING THE NARRATIVE: EXPLORING THE STORY FROM MULTIPLE PERSPECTIVES. Introduction. Example Interview. Instructional Reading. Summary. Practice Exercises and Self-Assessment. References and Recommended Supplementary Reading. 10. ELICITING AND REFLECTING MEANING: HELPING CLIENTS EXPLORE VALUES AND BELIEFS. Introduction. Example Interview. Instructional Reading. Summary. Practice Exercises and Self-Assessment. References. 11. INFLUENCING SKILLS: SIX STRATEGIES FOR CHANGE. Introduction. Example Interview: The Framework for Skill Presentations. Instructional Reading on Six Influencing Skills. Practice Exercises and Self-Assessment. References. SECTION IV. SKILL INTEGRATION. 12. SKILL INTEGRATION: PUTTING IT ALL TOGETHER. Introduction. Instructional Reading. Example Interview: Plan, Interview, Analysis and Further Treatment Plan. Practice Exercise and Self-Assessment. References. 13. INTEGRATING MICROSKILLS WITH THEORY: SEQUENCING SKILLS AND INTERVIEW STAGES. Instructional Reading: Person-Centered Theory. Instructional Reading: Behavioral Approach:Assertiveness Training. Instructional Reading: Solution-Oriented Interviewing and Counseling. Practice Exercises: Interview(s). References. 14. DETERMINING PERSONAL STYLE AND FUTURE THEORETICAL/PRACTICAL INTEGRATION. Introduction. Instructional Reading. Summary. Suggested Supplementary Readings. NAME INDEX. SUBJECT INDEX.
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