Interviewing in Action: Relationship, Process, and Change / Edition 2 available in Paperback
Praised nationwide by instructors throughout the helping professions, INTERVIEWING IN ACTION gives students the clinical wisdom and hands-on practice to fully develop their clinical interviewing skills. In this Second Edition, Bianca Cody Murphy and Carolyn Dillon reinforce their superb RE-VIEW Practice Method of skills development with even greater emphasis on the importance of relationship building as a key to successful clinical process. As suggested by the book's new subtitleRELATIONSHIP, PROCESS, AND CHANGEthe authors show students how they can promote change over time using the client-clinician relationship as an impetus for growth. A book and video package option offers many teaching and learning solutions. With this option, students purchase the packagethe book and the full video at a greatly reduced price. The video includes short, specific clips that illustrate the chapter's discussion in actionin real client/clinician settings. The 120-minute video features six client/clinician pairs, including one completely new to this edition.
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About the Author
Bianca Cody Murphy, Ed.D., is Professor of Psychology at Wheaton College and a licensed psychologist practicing with Newton Psychotherapy Associates. Her research focuses on the clinical and health issues of lesbian, gay, and bisexual clients. She has served as president of Psychologists for Social Responsibility and as chair of both the American Psychological Association's Committee on Women in Psychology and the Board for the Advancement of Psychology in the Public Interest.
Carolyn Dillon, LICSW, is a Clinical Professor at Boston University School of Social Work and a longtime clinician, supervisor, and consultant to practice agencies. She has received awards for teaching excellence from Boston University, from the School of Social Work's Alumni Association, and from the Massachusetts Chapter of the National Association of Social Workers. Carolyn has 35 years of practice experience with adults coping with mental illness, family breakdown, and health challenges. She is the author of LEARNING FROM MISTAKES IN CLINICAL PRACTICE and also volunteers as a teacher of English to speakers of other languages.
Table of Contents
1. A Different Kind of Talking. 2. Getting Started. 3. Attending and Listening. 4. Support and Empathy: A Sustaining Presence. 5. Exploration and Elaboration. 6. Assessment, Goal Setting, Contracting, and Evaluation. 7. Gaining New Perspectives: Helping Clients See Things Differently. 8. Changing Behaviors: Helping Clients Do Things Differently. 9. Working with People in Crisis. 10. The Clinical Relationship: Issues and Dynamics. 11. The Clinical Relationship: Addressing Self-Disclosure and Other Boundary Issues. 12. Endings and Transitions. 13. Professional Issues: Ongoing Education and Self-Care. References.