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assists clients in
 developing self-understanding
 forming conclusions
 looking at alternative actions
 viewed as a he...
A. General appearance
B. Attitude and behavior
C. Affect and mood
D. Demographic information
E. Work experience
F. Medical...
 Worker role
◦ Work history
 Homemaker
◦ Spouse
◦ Parent
 Leisure role
 Citizen role
 Identifying client goals
 Determining the feasibility of goals
 Establishing subgoals
 Assessing commitment to goals ...
 Problems in living
 Behaviors that may lead to work maladjustment
 Faulty cognitions
 Memory and persistence
 1.) rapport
 2.) observation
 3.) self-disclosure
 4.) open and close- ended questions
 5.) Echoing, restatement, or...
 greet with enthusiasm
 Communicate with sincerity and competence.
 Use the client’s terms for expressing an emotion.
...
 Observe body language
 jot down first impressions but is willing to modify
early conclusions when it is justifiable
 V...
 Counselors should be very selective when using
self –disclosure
 immediate feedback through self-disclosure about
a cli...
 open-ended questions facilitate emotion or expression
( Hopkinson, Cox, and Rutter, 1981)
 close-ended questions have h...
 To focus attention on the situation, object, person,
or general idea of a statement
 Paraphrasing or echoing the cognit...
 steering techniques used to encourage clients to
go on with topic
 Use nonverbal gestures such
◦ eye contact
◦ nodding
...
 Maintaining content focus is an effective technique
for gainful productive in a dyadic relationship
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Career counseling interview

Conducting an effective counseling interview

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Career counseling interview

  1. 1. assists clients in  developing self-understanding  forming conclusions  looking at alternative actions  viewed as a helping interview  used by social workers to build a social history  Used by Psychiatrists and clinical psychologists to form treatment considerations
  2. 2. A. General appearance B. Attitude and behavior C. Affect and mood D. Demographic information E. Work experience F. Medical history G. Educational history H. Family history
  3. 3.  Worker role ◦ Work history  Homemaker ◦ Spouse ◦ Parent  Leisure role  Citizen role
  4. 4.  Identifying client goals  Determining the feasibility of goals  Establishing subgoals  Assessing commitment to goals (Brown, Brooks, and associates, 1990)
  5. 5.  Problems in living  Behaviors that may lead to work maladjustment  Faulty cognitions  Memory and persistence
  6. 6.  1.) rapport  2.) observation  3.) self-disclosure  4.) open and close- ended questions  5.) Echoing, restatement, or paraphrasing  6.) Continuation  7.) staying on track.
  7. 7.  greet with enthusiasm  Communicate with sincerity and competence.  Use the client’s terms for expressing an emotion.  Express interest through Body language and verbal expressions  Resist using psychological jargon.
  8. 8.  Observe body language  jot down first impressions but is willing to modify early conclusions when it is justifiable  Voice recording or video recording with the client’s permission
  9. 9.  Counselors should be very selective when using self –disclosure  immediate feedback through self-disclosure about a client’s personal problems usually increase the client’s willingness to discuss them in greater depth (Halpern, 1977; Thase and Page, 1977;Cormier, 1991)
  10. 10.  open-ended questions facilitate emotion or expression ( Hopkinson, Cox, and Rutter, 1981)  close-ended questions have higher reliability and narrow the focus of the interview (Othmer and Othmer, 1989)  Open-ended questions usually are formed with the worlds tell me, explain more fully, what, how, when, or where  Close-ended questions request more specific information  clients’ statements or mixed messages can be clarified through the use of both open-ended and close-ended questions
  11. 11.  To focus attention on the situation, object, person, or general idea of a statement  Paraphrasing or echoing the cognitive portion of a statement provides greater chances for obtaining a measure of the emotional tone associated with its content
  12. 12.  steering techniques used to encourage clients to go on with topic  Use nonverbal gestures such ◦ eye contact ◦ nodding ◦ staying silent ◦ using hand movements that invite the client to continue  Typical statements ◦ “Go On”, Tell me more,” Hmm,” and What happened after that?” (Othmer and Othmer,1989).
  13. 13.  Maintaining content focus is an effective technique for gainful productive in a dyadic relationship

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