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Articulating situations - Exploration or assessment in the...

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Articulating Situations Exploration or assessment in the Dialogue phase
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Proactive Responding is focused  Techniques are used purposefully What is going on and what does it mean to the person? What do they want to happen? What resources/ strengths do they have to make it happen?
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Attending Show that the interviewer is interested and paying attention Establish rapport Conveys empathy, respect, warmth, trust, and honesty Suggests an intensity of presence Reinforces interviewee’s desire to speak and continue
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 Misuse of Attending Attending becomes a problem when it becomes automatic and continuous
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Clarification/ Paraphrasing Translation of the client’s message in the interviewer’s words.” Brings out significant aspects and relevant points of the interviewee. Helps the client to clarify their own thoughts and assure them that the interviewer is understanding them.
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How to use the technique: Interchangeability Some examples: If I get you right… It seems to me… In other words… Do not be a parrot use your own words Statements, not questions.
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