Interviewing in Action: Process and Practice

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Brooks/Cole Pub., 1998 - Interviewing in psychiatry - 320 pages
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Clinical wisdom, hands-on practice, and practical suggestions gleaned from work in the trenches are all provided in this flexible learning package that combines the immediacy and realism of video with the pedagogical effectiveness of a carefully-structured text. Professors can choose to use the text alone, use the video alone, or use the two together. In this one-of-a-kind learning package, Bianca Cody Murphy and Carolyn Dillon draw on their years as teachers, supervisors, and clinicians to provide today's students with an integrated learning tool unparalleled in the field. The authors not only lead students step-by-step through the development of a wide range of skills commonly used in practice, but also focus on the development of the professional self, addressing knowledge base, values, attitudes, and purposeful use of the self. Underlying themes of the book and the video include focusing on a strengths perspective, providing an ecological view on behavior, and understanding that there is more than one right way to respond to a client.

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tool cup i o Introduction to the Video
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About the author (1998)

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 is Clinical Professor Emerita, Boston University School of Social Work, where she has won teaching excellence awards from both the Alumni Association and the student body. She received the Metcalf Award for teaching excellence and was the recipient of the "Greatest Contribution to Social Work Education" award from the Massachusetts Chapter of the National Association of Social Workers. She has published and spoken widely about the need for professional self-care and stress management and has consulted with social workers in health and mental health settings.

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