Chapter 13: This chapter focuses on interviewing children and adolescents.
Interviewing children and adolescents requires a different set of skills than interviewing
Considerations in Working with Children
o It is easy to overidentify or underid
Chapter 15 Interviewing in Online and Other Non-FtF Environments
o This chapter focuses on online or other non-FtF approaches to interviewing and
Technology as an extension of the self
o Human communication cannot be separated from the method or
Intake Process Main Objectives: Identifying, evaluating, and exploring the clients chief complaint and
associated therapy goals. Obtaining data related to the clients interpersonal style, interpersonal skills,
and personal history. Evaluating the clients
Therapist: Hello, I am trying to reach Rachel Wright.
Client: This is she.
Therapist: Rachel, my name is LeeAnn. I am a therapist with Eastern Kentucky University Counseling
Center. I understand you are interested in making an appointment with a counselor