THE INQUIRY PROCESS
I. The Inquiry A. Examine all factual circumstances that surround the situation under exploration. If there is conflicting testimony, ask each participant about the areas of differing perception. Carefully pin down specifics. Dont sett
It is not enough to just listen even though that is a critical skill; it is vital that positive strengths and assets are uncovered by the client with your help. Without a Positive Asset Search, Counseling can degenerate into a depressive li
Summary of the Initial Interview
Process Openings and Introductions Introduce yourself  Your initial goals Teach respondent role to patient Explain your role in patients care Outline time, goals of interview Help patient feel comfortable Chief Complain
The genogram, a means of enriching the interview: creation (Part II)
By Margot Phaneuf, RN, Ph.D.
The drawing up of a genogram must respect certain rules with regards to the preparatory interview and even more specifically, the use of the various icons an
Family Systems Therapy
James J. Messina, Ph.D.
Family Therapists Leaders
Alfred Adler-Rudolf Driekurs-open forum Child Guidance Clinics Murray Bowen-Multigenerational Model-Triangulation, Differentiation of Self Virginia Satir-Conjoint Family Therapy-Hu
CNS 559 Techniques in Counseling
Ivey, A. Bradford Ivey M. (1999). Intentional interviewing & counseling. Brooks & Cole.
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 descr