Interviewing for the Helping Professions can help both the beginning professional and the veteran interviewer understand the nature and purpose, technique, meaning, emotions, and outcomes of the interviewing process. The text also provides a comprehensive overview of the theory and technique so crucial to meaningful interviewing, while emphasizing the emotional significance of the interaction. Rich case examples from a variety of disciplines are used to demonstrate the subtle complexity of interviewing. Each chapter ends with a list of recommended readings, media, and internet sources.
Chapter 1: Theoretical Foundations of Interviewing
Chapter 2: What Is Interviewing and How Is It Done?
Chapter 3: Ethical Interviewing
Chapter 4: Types of Interviewing
Chapter 5: Interviewing with Cultural Competence
Chapter 6: Interviewing in Various Modalities Across Age-Groups
Chapter 7: Use of Self in Interviewing
Chapter 8: Interviewing in Mental Health Cases
Chapter 9: Interviewing Clients with Addictions and Dual-Diagnosis Problems
Chapter 10: The Phases of Interviewing: Beginning, Middle, and Termination