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Title Clinical and diagnostic interviewing / edited by Robert J. Craig
Edition Second edition
Published Lanham, Md. : Jason Aronson, [2005]


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Description xxii, 472 pages ; 24 cm
regular print
Contents Machine derived contents note: Contents -- Contributors -- Preface and Acknowledgements -- Introduction -- Part I Basic Elements in a Clinical Interview -- 1. Teaching Clinical and Diagnostic Interviewing -- Bonnie Rudolph Ph.D. -- 2. The Clinical Process of Interviewing -- Robert J. Craig Ph.D., ABPP -- 3. Phenomenological Orientation to the Interview -- Frank Gruba-McCallister Ph.D. -- Part II Philosophical Approaches to Interviewing -- 4. Psychoanalytic Interviewing -- Jed Yalof Psy. D. and -- 5. The Behavioral Interview -- Daniel A. Beach -- 6. The Existential/Humanistic Interview -- Salvatore Maddi Ph.D. -- 7. The Family Therapy Interview -- David Van Dyke Ph.D. -- Part III Interviewing Patients with Specific Psychopathologies -- 8. Anxiety Disorders -- Deborah A. Roth Ph.D. & Sheila A. Rauch Ph.D. -- 9. Substance Abuse -- Robert J. Craig Ph.D., ABPP -- 10. Alcoholism -- Anne H. Skinstad Ph.D., Peter E. Nathan, Ph.D., & Nicolle Pizzini Ph.D. -- 11. Motivational Interviewing -- Carl Isenhart Psy.D., L.P., MBA -- 12. Anorexia and Bulimia -- Cheryl Marshall, Psy.D. -- 13. Personality Disorders -- Thomas Widiger Ph.D. -- 14. Severely Mentally Ill -- Patrick Corrigan Psy. D. & Stanley G. McCracken Ph.D. -- Part IV Interviewing Special Populations -- 15. Diagnostic Assessment of Children -- Nell Logan Ph.D., ABPP -- 16. Clinical Interviews with Adolescents -- J. D. Ball Ph.D., Robert P. Archer Ph.D., & Kathrin Hartmann Ph.D. -- 17. Child and Adolescent Abuse -- Timothy J. Wolf Ph.D. -- Part V Focused Interviews -- 18. The Mental Status Examination -- Eliezer Schwartz Ph.D. -- 19. Suicide Assessment -- Robert Yufit Ph.D. -- 20. Interviewing in Medical Settings -- David Wakely P.D. -- 21. The Forensic Interview -- J. Reid Meloy Ph.D
Summary "Clinical and Diagnostic Interviewing, Second Edition is a comprehensive reference on both the structure and content of the clinical interview. The authors present the strategies and fundamental knowledge required to conduct the clinical interview with different kinds of patients and for specific psychopathologies." "This book serves as a primary text for those students who are in the process of learning clinical interviewing as well as a useful resource for practitioners who want to know more about the process of clinical interviewing."--BOOK JACKET
Notes Formerly CIP. Uk
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Subject Interviewing in psychiatry.
Interviewing in mental health.
Mental illness -- Diagnosis.
Psychology, Pathological -- Diagnosis.
Interview, Psychological.
Mental Disorders.
Mental Disorders -- diagnosis.
Psychology, Clinical -- methods.
Interview, Psychological -- methods.
Author Craig, Robert J., 1941-
LC no. 2004006034
ISBN 0765700034 cloth alkaline paper