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PROCESS RECORDING OUTLINE Session#: __1___ Student’s Name: ___________________ Date : __2/13/19_______________ Introduction: Include who participated in the session, the setting (office, home visit, phone, etc.), general impressions of client’s appearance and behavior, and purpose for the meeting. Please disguise client name and identifying information. I participated in an in-office intake assessment with Kingsley (not client’s real name) in a shadowing role. The other participants were the therapist and Kingsley. Kingsley was casually dressed in jeans and a sweatshirt and gave permission for me to sit in on the intake. This was the first time the therapist and Kingsley were meeting since Kingsley stopped his services with the agency three months ago. Kingsley was not working with this therapist at that time. Kingsley is a 25-year-old African American male who expressed interest in working with a therapist again to work on self-reported symptoms of depression, PTSD, Bipolar Disorder, and work with a psychiatrist to change his medications because he reports they are not working. The purpose of this meeting was to gather information on Kingsley through an assessment, assess his needs, develop a treatment plan and refer him for case management services for which he was determined eligible for. Kingsley was alert, cooperative, maintained good eye contact, and appeared to be mostly relaxed and smiled often. There were some moments throughout the intake Kingsley appeared more anxious, particularly when discussing his trauma history. Student Learning Goals: Identify 1-2 learning goals for the session, for example, explore affect, ask open-ended questions, intervene using a cognitive behavioral approach, etc. My learning goals were to observe and participate in the dialogue during an intake assessment, and observe how the therapist engages with a new client. Recording of Interview: Text in gray below is there to guide you as your fill in your process recording. You may delete that information after you know what is expected in each area. This section should be at least 4 pages. Student – Client Interaction Dialogue Self-Reflection/ Rationale for Intervention Supervisor’s Observations Me: Hi Kingsley, I’m ----, I’m a new intern here at ----; It’s nice to meet you. (I put out my hand to shake; Kingsley shook my hand with a warm smile) Kingsley: Hi, it’s nice to meet you too. Me: Thank you for allowing me to observe your intake today. The therapist grabs an extra chair and places it beside him. Therapist: So, you said you ran out of the medications prescribed to you. Is that all your medications (indicating the zip lock bag full of medication bottles). I’m glad the therapist motioned to Kingsley to give his permission for me to observe the intake. Kingsley’s warm smile may be an indicator that he was not uncomfortable having an extra person in the room.
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