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The social work interview : a guide for human service professionals

Author: Alfred Kadushin; Goldie Kadushin
Publisher: New York : Columbia University Press, ©1997.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 4th edView all editions and formats
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One of the most respected texts in the field, The Social Work Interview is the standard guide for students and professionals, providing practical strategies for interviewing a wide range of clients in both routine and exceptional situations.
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Genre/Form: Interviewablauf
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Alfred Kadushin; Goldie Kadushin
ISBN: 0231096585 9780231096584 0231096593 9780231096591
OCLC Number: 35262476
Description: xvii, 458 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: I. General Orientation and Basic Concepts and Interviewing and Communication. 1. The Interview in Social Work. 2. The Interview as Communication. 3. Listening: A Basic Communication Skill --
II. Sequential Phases in the Interview Process and Associated Techniques. 4. Introductory Phase. 5. Beginning the Interview: First Phase Objective --
Establishing a Relationship. 6. Problem Exploration Phase. 7. Developmental Phase: Problem-Solving Interventions. 8. Developmental Phase: More Problem-Solving Interventions. 9. Developmental Phase: Questions and Questioning Techniques. 10. Termination, Recording, and Evaluation --
III. Some Special Problems in Interviewing. 11. Nonverbal Communication. 12. Cross-Cultural Interviewing. 13. Some Problematic Interviews: The Involuntary Adult Client and the Sexually Abused Child --
IV. The Essence of the Good Interviewer. 14. The Competent Interviewer --
Appendix. Transcribed Interview and Critique.
Responsibility: Alfred Kadushin, Goldie Kadushin.

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