A Child Interviewer's Guide

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SAGE Publications, Feb 17, 1999 - Psychology - 272 pages
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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.

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Child Eligibility for a Forensic Interview
Interviewer Training
Multidisciplinary Team Involvement

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