Essentials of Intentional Interviewing : Counseling in a Multicultural World (1ST)

Essentials of Intentional Interviewing : Counseling in a Multicultural World (1ST)

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ESSENTIALS OF INTENTIONAL INTERVIEWING offers you and your students a shorter, more incisive version of the Iveys' best-selling INTENTIONAL INTERVIEWING AND COUNSELING-one in which every sentence and concept has undergone a thorough review to ensure both relevance and clarity for beginning helpers. This text is designed to be accessible to every student of the helping professions, with an active voice, a modular style that allows more flexibility, and a multicultural focus that reflects the diverse nature not only of your classroom, but of society today. And perhaps most importantly, the authors have retained their renowned Microskills model of teaching students vital interviewing skills step-by-step. Offer your students a text that truly meets their needs, with ESSENTIALS OF INTENTIONAL INTERVIEWING.

Table of Contents

  SECTION I INTRODUCTION                           1  (56)
Skilled Interviewing and Counseling 3 (17)
Counseling and Interviewing 4 (1)
Our Multicultural World 5 (3)
Listening to Client Stories from a Base 8 (2)
of Wellness
Cultural Intentionality: Developing 10 (2)
Multiple Responses
The Microskills Approach 12 (4)
The Microskills Learning Model and 16 (1)
Research Validation
Your Natural Style: an Important Audio or 17 (3)
Video Exercise
Ethics, Multicultural Competence, and 20 (20)
Wellness
Ethics in Interviewing and Counseling 21 (6)
Diversity and Multicultural Competence 27 (5)
Wellness and Positive Psychology 32 (8)
Attending and Observation Skills: Basic to 40 (17)
Communication
Defining Attending Behavior 41 (3)
Example Interviews: Do I Want to Become a 44 (3)
Counselor?
Individual and Multicultural Issues in 47 (5)
Attending Behavior
Observation Skills 52 (3)
Becoming a Samurai 55 (2)
SECTION II HEARING CLIENT STORIES: How to 57 (70)
Organize an Interview
Questions: Opening Communication 59 (15)
Defining Questions 60 (2)
Example Interview: Conflict At Work 62 (5)
Instructional Reading: Making Questions 67 (7)
Work for You
Encouraging, Paraphrasing, and Summarizing: 74 (15)
Skills of Active Listening
Defining Active Listening 75 (2)
Example Interview: They are Teasing Me 77 (5)
About My Shoes
Instructional Reading: The Active 82 (7)
Listening Skills of Encouraging,
Paraphrasing and Summarizing
Observing and Reflecting Feelings: a 89 (15)
Foundation of Client Experiencing
Defining Reflection of Feeling 90 (3)
The Language of Emotion 93 (1)
Example Interview: My Mother Has Cancer 94 (4)
Instructional Reading: Becoming Aware of 98 (6)
and Skilled with Emotional Experience
How to Conduct an Interview Using Only 104(23)
Listening Skills
Defining Three Key Concepts for Effective 105(6)
Interviewing: Predicting Interview Skill
Results, the Basic Listening Sequence,
and Empathic Understanding
Instructional Reading: Decisional 111(9)
Counseling and the Five Stages/Dimensions
of the Well-Formed Interview
Example Interview: I Can't Get Along with 120(7)
My Boss
SECTION III HELPING CLIENTS GENERATE NEW 127(80)
STORIES THAT LEAD TO ACTION: Influencing
Skills and Strategies
Supporting While Challenging: Confrontation 129(16)
Defining Confrontation 130(1)
Instructional Reading: The Specific 131(9)
Skills of Confrontation
Example Interview: Balancing Family 140(5)
Responsibilities
Focusing the Interview: Exploring the Story 145(17)
from Multiple Perspectives
Defining Focusing 146(5)
Example Interview: It's All My 151(5)
Fault---Helping Clients Understand
Self-In-Relation
Instructional Reading: Multiple 156(4)
Contextual Perspectives on Client Concerns
Advocacy and Social Justice 160(2)
Reflection of Meaning and 162(19)
Interpretation/Reframing: Helping Clients
Restory Their Lives
Defining the Skills of Reflecting Meaning 163(4)
and Interpretation/Reframing
Example Interview: Travis Explores the 167(3)
Meaning of a Recent Divorce
Instructional Reading 1: The Specific 170(5)
Skills of Eliciting and Reflection of
Meaning
Instructional Reading 2: The Skills of 175(6)
Interpretation/Reframing
Self-Disclosure and Feedback: Bringing 181(12)
Immediacy Into the Interview
Interpersonal Influence, Listening 182(4)
Skills, and Influencing
Strategies---Interview Example
Defining Self-Disclosure 186(4)
Defining Feedback 190(3)
Logical Consequences, Information/Advice, 193(14)
and Directives: Helping Clients Move to
Action
Defining Logical Consequences 194(4)
Defining Information and Advice 198(2)
Defining Directives 200(7)
SECTION IV SKILL INTEGRATION, TREATMENT 207(95)
PLANNING, AND USING THEORY WITH MICROSKILLS
Decisional Counseling, Skill Integration, 209(51)
and Developing Treatment Plans
Defining Decisional Counseling 210(3)
Planning the First Interview 213(2)
A Full Interview Transcript: I'd Like to 215(37)
Find a New Career
Transcript Analysis and Treatment Planning 252(8)
Integrating Microskills With Theory: 260(27)
Person-Centered, Cognitive-Behavioral, and
Brief Counseling
Microskills and Theoretical Approaches to 261(1)
the Interview
Person-Centered Counseling and Example 261(5)
Interview
Cognitive-Behavioral Assertiveness 266(7)
Training and Example Interview
Brief Counseling and Example Interview 273(14)
Examine and Define Your Personal Style: How 287(15)
Will You Integrate Theory and Practice?
Define Your Authentic Personal Style 288(6)
Theories of Interviewing and Counseling: 294(4)
Alternatives for Your Action
Your Personal Style and Future 298(4)
Theoretical/Practical Integration
Appendix I The Ivey Taxonomy: Definitions of 302(5)
the Microskills Hierarchy and Predicted Results
from Using Skills
Appendix II the Family Genogram 307(3)
References 310(3)
Name Index 313(2)
Subject Index 315