CLINICAL INTERVIEWING SOMMERS-FLANAGAN PDF
This theory and supporting empirical research indicates that during the course of a clinical interview, certain questioning procedures may move a previously. Clinical interviewing, 4th ed. Citation. Sommers-Flanagan, J., & Sommers- Flanagan, R. (). Clinical interviewing (4th ed.). Hoboken, NJ, US: John Wiley . Clinical interviewing, 5th ed. Citation. Sommers-Flanagan, J., & Sommers- Flanagan, R. (). Clinical interviewing (5th ed.). Hoboken, NJ, US: John Wiley .
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The Best Books of First, including positive questions and prompts may help clients focus on positive experiences and therefore improve their current mood state and problem-solving skills. If depressed, the client also is experiencing one or more of the following symptoms: Empire, Colony, Postcolony Robert J.
Suicide Interviewing Assessment Documentation The following materials are brief adaptations from: I will use this guide in my course in Clinical Interview during this trimester in Puerto Rico. Beyond Performance Scott Keller. For graduate students and practicing clinicians, having knowledge of suicide risk factors is very important, but a bit of a paradox.
It is especially important when working with suicidal clients to document the rationale underlying your clinical decisions. The client was a victim of childhood sexual abuse or is a current physical or sexual abuse victim.
Clinical Interviewing has been updated with the latest content from the DSM-5, including: The client was recently discharged from a psychiatric facility after apparent improvement. Frequency of thoughts How inteviewing do these thoughts occur? It will complement the chapter of your book.
No suicidal thoughts at all: For example, if you are working with a severely or extremely interviewnig client and decide against hospitalization, you should outline in writing exactly why you made that decision. People often hesitate to ask directly about suicidal ideation out of a fear that they will somehow cause a sad person to suddenly think of suicide as an option. The client has access to firearms. You might be justified choosing not to hospitalize your client if a suicide-prevention interviesing safety agreement has been established sommers-flznagan your client has good social support resources e.
Although suicide risk factors as well as protective factors are no guarantee of anything, they do provide clinicians with useful information. Author or Addressing Cultural Complexities in Practice: Additionally, the participant group with a history of depression and suicide ideation exhibited significantly greater clnical in problem solving than the comparison groups.
Consulted with one or more professionals. When you work with suicidal clients, keep documentation to show you: Additionally, during this interview the clinician should be sure to move beyond the medical model, also evaluating for strengths and protective factors.
Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here Even more relevant to the suicide assessment interviewing clinicall, it may be that interviewers who focus predominantly or exclusively on the presence or absence of negative mood states inadvertently increase such states.
Professional interviewers should always document contact with clients Shea, ; Wiger, Our concern is that traditional medically oriented depression and suicide assessment interviewing may sometimes inadvertently contribute to, rather than alleviate, underlying depressive cognitive and emotional processes.
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Clinical Interviewing, 6th Edition
Depression and suicidality are natural conditions that arise, in part, intervoewing normal human suffering. Interviiewing client reports a specific plan. Asked directly about suicidal thoughts and impulses. However, rather than relying on risk factors alone to try to predict suicide which is always a losing propositionthe effective sommmers-flanagan interviewer establishes rapport, works collaboratively with clients, and uses risk factors in combination with a thorough suicide risk interview.
John and Rita Sommers-Flanagan make an eloquent case that connecting with the client on a human level is the superordinate task, without which little else of value can be achieved. Finally, although establishing a suicide prevention agreement can help reassure us that the client is committed to life, these agreements or contracts have little empirical evidence supporting their effectiveness and if completed in a cursory manner, can even cause clients to feel more negative about the treatment alliance than they would otherwise.