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1 CNS 559 CNS 559 Techniques in Counseling Techniques in Counseling Ivey, A. Bradford Ivey M. (1999).  Ivey, A. Bradford Ivey M. (1999).  Intentional  Intentional  interviewing & counseling. Brooks & Cole. interviewing & counseling. Brooks & Cole. 10/14/11
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2 BEFORE YOU START The first act of a teacher is to introduce the idea that the  world we think we see is only a view, a description of the  world.  Every effort of a teacher is geared to provide this  point to the apprentice.  But, accepting it seems to be one of  the hardest things we can do.  We are complacently caught  in our particular view of the world which compels us to fell  and act as if we knew everything about the world.  A teacher,  from the very first act performed, aims at stopping that view.   (Carlos Castaneda) People enslave themselves with their own ideas and then win  freedom again by reconstructing their lives.  (George Kelly)
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3 Intentionality What would you say in response to the following? Client:  (talking about conflict on the job) I just don’t know what to do about Bob.  It seems  he’s always on me, blaming me even when I do a  good job.  He’s new on the job, I know.  Perhaps he  doesn’t have much experience as a supervisor.  But  he’s got me all jumpy.  I’m so nervous I can’t sleep  at  night,  and  yesterday  I  even  lost  my  lunch.    My  family isn’t doing well, either.  Sandy doesn’t seem  to understand what’s going on and is upset.  Even  the  kids  aren’t  doing  well  in school.    What  do  you  suggest I do? How would you respond?
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4 Intentionality Different people respond to the same event  differently according to individual, family and  cultural background. But some are stuck or  immobilized  with only a  few responses which are ineffective. Intentional interviewing is not concerned with  which single response is “correct,” but, with how  many potential responses are helpful.
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5 Intentional Interviewing Acting with a sense of capability and deciding from a  range of alternative actions. The intentional individual has more than one action,  thought, or behavior to choose from in responding to  changing life situations. The intentional individual can generate alternatives in a  given situation and approach a problem from different  vantage points, using a variety of skills and personal  qualities, adapting styles to suit different cultural  groups.  
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6 Cultural Intentionality People of different racial/ethnic groups, of varying  language, gender, spiritual orientation, sexual  preference, age, degree of ability, and socioeconomic 
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