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- >Every chapter includes a summary and exercises. Part I The Context of Therapy Ch.1 Therapeutic Interviewing: Defining Therapy, Therapeutic Relationships, & the Interview Dynamics of Interviews The Therapeutic Interview Defining Therapy The Helping Process The Therapeutic Alliance Characteristics of Effective Therapeutic Relationships The Goal of Therapeutic Interviews The Therapeutic Contract Are Therapeutic Interviews Effective? Ch 2 The Therapy Client: Motivation & Understanding of Therapy Definition of the Person Coming to Therapy Motivation for Therapy Characteristics of Clients Help-Seeking Behavior Media Presentations of Therapy Societal View of Those who Seek Therapy Opening Up in the First Session The Client's Experience in Therapy Readiness for Change Ch.3 The Therapeutic Interviewer: Motivation & Impact of Being a Therapist Motivations for Being a Therapist Characteristics of Effective Therapists Therapist Self-Care Therapist and Mental Health Therapy for the Therapist Burnout Supervision Therapist Skill Growth Use of Self in Therapy Part II The Context of Skills of Therapy Ch.4 Beginning Conversational Skills: Use of Language for Joining & Maintaining an Interview Joining Skills Framing the Purpose of Therapy Informed Consent Confidentiality Therapeutic Distance Door Openers Basic Conversational Skills Minimal Encouragers Nonverbal Communication Listening Listening Barriers Responding Silence Using the Client's Language Using Obscenities Use of Humor Confrontations Ch. 5 Reflecting Skills: Exploring Content, Feelings & Meanings of the Client's Story Exploring Content Client Stories What is Content What is a Paraphrase Building Paraphrases General and Specific Paraphrases Nonjudgmental Paraphrases Rating Paraphrases Connecting Paraphrases with the Basic Conversational Skills Use of Metaphors Advanced Reflecting Skills Reflection of Feeling Defining Empathy Empathy in Practice Curiosity Content & Feelings What are Feelings? Intensity Levels of Feelings Designing Reflections Responding with Reflections Ownership of Feelings Phrasing Reflections Statements or Questions Paraphrase or Reflection Reflection of Nonverbal Feelings Keeping the Focus on the Client Reflection of Meaning Putting it All Together Ch.6 Questions & Goal-Setting Skills: Asking Purposeful Questions & Developing Collaborative Therapeutic Goals Questions in the Therapeutic Interview Why Use Questions Functions of Questions Open and Closed Questions Swing Questions Phrasing Questions Pitfalls of Questions Goal-Setting Skills Are Goals Necessary? Setting Goals with Clients Components of Good Goals Prioritizing Goals Incorporating Goal Characteristics Ch.7 Endings in Therapy: Summarizing, Ending Sessions, & Termination Summarizing Client Stories Client-Initiated Endings Therapist-Initiated Endings Mutually-Initiated Endings Forced Terminations Termination as a Transition Point Dealing with Dependency Relapse Prevention Referrals Ch.8 Pitfalls of Therapy: How to Avoid Being Ineffective Common Microskills Mistakes Why questions Don't you/Do you think "I understand" "Basically" "How does that make you feel?" "So" Using Jargon Common Intrapersonal Mistakes Detachment Moralizing Going for quick solutions Giving advice Being Overresponsible Unrealistic Expectations False understanding Giving reassurance Confusing the Diagnosis for the Person Not Accepting Mistakes Negative Reactions to the Client Therapist Emotional Distress Common Interpersonal Mistakes Friendship Rather than Therapy Arguing with Clients Boundary Violations Other Interpersonal Mistakes Learning from Mistakes Ch.9 Strength-Based Interviewing: Interviewing for Client Resources and Solutions The Language of the Strengths Perspective Empowerment Membership Resilience Dialogue and Collaboration Suspension of Disbelief Client Competence Strength-B
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