Psychiatric Interviewing

"Includes expert consult ebook with 5 bonus chapters and over 7.5 hours of streaming vide."--Cover.

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Author: Shawn C. Shea

Publisher:

ISBN: 1437716989

Category: Interviewing in psychiatry

Page: 876

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"Includes expert consult ebook with 5 bonus chapters and over 7.5 hours of streaming vide."--Cover.

Psychiatric Interviewing E Book

Dr. Shea, the creator of the CASE Approach, then illustrates its techniques in a compelling video demonstrating its effective use in an interview involving a complex presentation of suicidal planning and intent .A key aspect of this text is ...

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Author: Shawn Christopher Shea

Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences

ISBN: 9781437737820

Category: Medical

Page: 752

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With time at a premium, today's clinicians must rapidly engage their patients while gathering an imposingly large amount of critical information. These clinicians appropriately worry that the "person" beneath the diagnoses will be lost in the shuffle of time constraints, data gathering, and the creation of the electronic health record. Psychiatric Interviewing: The Art of Understanding: A Practical Guide for Psychiatrists, Psychologists, Counselors, Social Workers, Nurses, and other Mental Health Professionals, 3rd Edition tackles these problems head-on, providing flexible and practical solutions for gathering critical information while always attending to the concerns and unique needs of the patient. Within the text, Dr. Shea deftly integrates interviewing techniques from a variety of professional disciplines from psychiatry to clinical psychology, social work, and counseling providing a broad scope of theoretical foundation. Written in the same refreshing, informal writing style that made the first two editions best sellers, the text provides a compelling introduction to all of the core interviewing skills from conveying empathy, effectively utilizing open-ended questions, and forging a powerful therapeutic alliance to sensitively structuring the interview while understanding nonverbal communication at a sophisticated level. Updated to the DSM-5, the text also illustrates how to arrive at a differential diagnosis in a humanistic, caring fashion with the patient treated as a person, not just another case. Whether the reader is a psychiatric resident or a graduate student in clinical psychology, social work, counseling or psychiatric nursing, the updated third edition is designed to prepare the trainee to function effectively in the hectic worlds of community mental health centers, inpatient units, emergency rooms, and university counseling centers. To do so, the pages are filled with sample questions and examples of interviewing dialogue that bring to life methods for sensitively exploring difficult topics such as domestic violence, drug abuse, incest, antisocial behavior, and taking a sexual history as well as performing complex processes such as the mental status. The expanded chapter on suicide assessment includes an introduction to the internationally acclaimed interviewing strategy for uncovering suicidal ideation, the Chronological Assessment of Suicide Events (CASE Approach). Dr. Shea, the creator of the CASE Approach, then illustrates its techniques in a compelling video demonstrating its effective use in an interview involving a complex presentation of suicidal planning and intent .A key aspect of this text is its unique appeal to both novice and experienced clinicians. It is designed to grow with the reader as they progress through their graduate training, while providing a reference that the reader will pull off the shelf many times in their subsequent career as a mental health professional. Perhaps the most unique aspect in this regard is the addition of five complete chapters on Advanced and Specialized Interviewing (which comprise Part IV of the book) which appear as bonus chapters in the accompanying e-book without any additional cost to the reader. With over 310 pages, this web-based bonus section provides the reader with essentially two books for the price of one, acquiring not only the expanded core textbook but a set of independent monographs on specialized skill sets that the reader and/or faculty can add to their curriculum as they deem fit.

Psychiatric Interviewing and Assessment

An engaging and accessible guide to developing interpersonal clinical skills in the interviewing and assessment of psychiatric patients.

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Author: Rob Poole

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 9781316614037

Category: Medical

Page: 240

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An engaging and accessible guide to developing interpersonal clinical skills in the interviewing and assessment of psychiatric patients.

The Psychiatric Interview

Revised and updated, this practical handbook is a succinct how-to guide to the psychiatric interview.

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Author: Daniel J. Carlat

Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins

ISBN: 0781751861

Category: Medical

Page: 316

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Revised and updated, this practical handbook is a succinct how-to guide to the psychiatric interview. In a conversational style with many clinical vignettes, Dr. Carlat outlines effective techniques for approaching threatening topics, improving patient recall, dealing with challenging patients, obtaining the psychiatric history, and interviewing for diagnosis and treatment. This edition features updated chapters on the major psychiatric disorders, new chapters on the malingering patient and attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder, and new clinical vignettes. Easy-to-photocopy appendices include data forms, patient education handouts, and other frequently referenced information. Pocket cards that accompany the book provide a portable quick-reference to often needed facts.

Psychiatric Interviewing

"Psychiatric Interviewing, 2nd Edition provides concrete methods for exploring sensitive topics such as domestic violence, incest, drug abuse, and the sexual history.

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Author: Shawn C. Shea

Publisher: Elsevier España

ISBN: 8481745960

Category: Medical

Page: 759

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"Psychiatric Interviewing, 2nd Edition provides concrete methods for exploring sensitive topics such as domestic violence, incest, drug abuse, and the sexual history. Dr. Shea also discusses methods of handling awkward questions and client anger and transforming other common resistances. What's more, in-depth coverage of fundamentals such as structuring techniques, efficient time management, and nonverbal language help you to develop an effective interviewing style."--Jacket.

The Psychiatric Interview

This is an excellent new text for psychiatry residents at all stages of their training. It is also useful for medical students interested in psychiatry and for practicing psychiatrists who may wish to refresh their interviewing skills.

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Author: Allan Tasman

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9781118340981

Category: Medical

Page: 208

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While the ABPN has now supplied such standards for psychiatry,psychiatric interviewing instruction has not been standardized inthe US or in other countries. Similarly, the few psychiatricinterviewing books available are written in textbook form, oftenlong and often from the subpecialty perspective (e.g. psychodynamicinterviewing). Critically, no interviewing guides to datetake a true biopsychosocial perspective. That is, they limitthemselves to “interviewing” as an isolated techniquedivorced from full patient assessment, which for quality patientcare must include the interface of psychological and socialcomponents with biological components. Similarly, fewinterviewing texts are fully integrated with DSM/ICD categoricaldiagnostic schemata, even though these descriptive diagnosticsystems represent the very core of our clinical language—thelingua franca of the mental health professions. Without good descriptive diagnoses there cannot be adequatecommunication of clinical data among providers. The proposed book will meet this need for training inbiopsychosocial assessment and diagnosis. The patient interview is at the heart of psychiatricpractice. Listening and interviewing skills are the primarytools the psychiatrist uses to obtain the information needed tomake an accurate diagnosis and then to plan appropriatetreatment. The American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology andthe Accrediting Council on Graduate Medical Educationidentify interviewing skills as a core competency forpsychiatric residents. The Psychiatric Interview: evaluation and diagnosis is anew and modern approach to this topic that fulfills the need fortraining in biopsychosocial assessment and diagnosis. Itmakes use of both classical and new knowledge of psychiatricdiagnosis, assessment, treatment planning and doctor-patientcollaboration. Written by world leaders in education, the book isbased on the acclaimed Psychiatry Third Edition byTasman, Kay et al, with new chapters to address assessment inspecial populations and formulation. The psychiatricinterview is conceptualized as integrating the patient's experiencewith psychological, biological, and environmental components of theillness. This is an excellent new text for psychiatry residents at allstages of their training. It is also useful for medicalstudents interested in psychiatry and for practicingpsychiatrists who may wish to refresh their interviewingskills.

Psychiatric Interview of Children and Adolescents

Am J Psychiatry 172(10):986–994, 201526046336 Costello AJ: Structured interviewing, in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry: A Comprehensive Textbook. Edited by Lewis M. Baltimore, MD, Williams & Wilkins, 1996, pp 457–464 Cox AD: Diagnostic ...

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Author: Claudio Cepeda

Publisher: American Psychiatric Pub

ISBN: 9781615371174

Category: Medical

Page: 514

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The psychiatric interview is the foundation of the psychotherapeutic process and is critically important to establish trust, elicit useful responses, assess patient behavior and psychopathology, and establish treatment goals and plans. Building on the success of its predecessor, a highly regarded guide to interviewing young patients and their families, Psychiatric Interview of Children and Adolescents, has been thoroughly updated and painstakingly revised to address emerging issues and evolving treatment strategies in an accessible, down-to-earth, and comprehensive style and structure. The book retains its comprehensive coverage of the principles of interviewing, use of the AMSIT model for mental status examinations, and evaluation of both internalizing and externalizing symptoms, as well as its coverage of neuropsychiatric assessment, psychiatric formulation, comorbidities, resistances, and countertransference. Additional features, either notable or new to this book, include: The importance of diagnostic and therapeutic engagement in establishing trust with the patient and family, and techniques for forging a positive emotional connection, which the authors view as an essential responsibility for the clinician and a linchpin of successful practice. A new chapter on the psychiatric evaluation of preschoolers and very young children, which recognizes that assessment cannot be conducted based solely on adult report, and which presents the "multiples" model: multiple sessions, multiple informants, multiple experts, multiple modes of assessment, multicultural approach, and multiaxial emphasis. Expanded coverage of bullying, including cyber bullying, which has a pervasive and potentially pernicious effect on young people steeped in social media. Recognition, both throughout the book and in a separate chapter on family assessment, that behavior problems in a child or young adult cannot be understood without the relational context of the family, and that any family member's problems are best understood as manifestations of dysfunctions within the broader family unit. Expanded coverage of the factors and issues involved in evaluating children and adolescents from special populations, including those with neurodevelopmental disorders or intellectual disabilities; those who are disadvantaged, displaced, or victims of discrimination; and those with posttraumatic stress disorder related to terrorism or burn trauma. The book's instructional aims are enhanced by the use of carefully chosen and compellingly crafted clinical vignettes that illustrate vital concepts and techniques, and key points at the end of each chapter help the reader identify and remember the most important material. Psychiatric Interview of Children and Adolescents will help clinicians master the skills and attain the insight they require to accurately assess and effectively treat this most vulnerable of patient populations.

Psychiatric Interviewing

Shawn C. Psychiatric interviewing: the art of understanding / Shawn Christopher Shea; with illustrations by Meg Maloney — 2nd ed. p. cm. . . Includes bibliographical references and index. ISBN 0-7216-7011-3 1. Interviewing in psychiatry ...

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Author: Shawn C. Shea

Publisher: W B Saunders Company

ISBN: UOM:39015047085850

Category: Medical

Page: 759

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"Psychiatric Interviewing, 2nd Edition provides concrete methods for exploring sensitive topics such as domestic violence, incest, drug abuse, and the sexual history. Dr. Shea also discusses methods of handling awkward questions and client anger and transforming other common resistances. What's more, in-depth coverage of fundamentals such as structuring techniques, efficient time management, and nonverbal language help you to develop an effective interviewing style."--Jacket.

Principles of Inpatient Psychiatry

Using evidence - based medicine to teach interviewing skills is more complex , but models have been developed that ... 20 THE PSYCHIATRIC INTERVIEW While the inpatient service is a busy place with rapid patient turnover , it remains an ...

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Author: Fred Ovsiew

Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins

ISBN: 0781772141

Category: Psychology

Page: 383

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Principles of Inpatient Psychiatry is geared to psychiatrists working in inpatient settings: residents, psychiatrists who occasionally provide inpatient care, and psychiatric "hospitalists" who specialize in the inpatient arena. Inpatient settings contain the sickest psychiatric patients, such as those with a high risk of suicide, agitation requiring emergency management, or treatment-resistant psychosis and depression, all topics discussed in the book. Co-morbid general-medical illness is common, and the book focuses attention, supported by case examples, on medical and neuropsychiatric as well as general-psychiatric evaluation and management. Chapters address special clinical problems, including first-episode psychosis, substance abuse, eating disorders, and legal issues on the inpatient service. The editors bring expertise to bear on a wide range of treatments, including psychopharmacologic, psychodynamic, and milieu approaches.

The Psychiatric Interview in Clinical Practice Third Edition

Our interviewing style will neither appeal to nor be equally suited to all readers. ... The final part is reserved for special technical issues that influence the psychiatric interview, such as note taking and e-mail, the role of the ...

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Author: Roger A. MacKinnon, M.D.

Publisher: American Psychiatric Pub

ISBN: 9781615370344

Category: Medical

Page: 704

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Much has changed in the critical interval since the last edition of The Psychiatric Interview in Clinical Practice was published. This new, third edition provides an up-to-date examination of the psychiatric interview that reflects changes introduced in DSM-5, while continuing to recognize that describing symptoms and establishing a diagnosis should command only a portion of the clinician's attention, and that a patient's personal history must be elicited and character structure addressed in the clinical engagement. Significant advances have been made in biological psychiatry, and research in genetics, cognitive neuroscience, psychopharmacology, brain imaging, and the neurosciences in general continues apace, informing the culture of psychiatry and providing growing insight into the etiology of mental illnesses. However, the book reflects the authors' belief that virtually all major psychiatric disorders are complex amalgams of genetic disposition and environmental influences. In this context, the psychiatric interview is a vitally important dialogue, and effective strategies are modeled through the use of clinical vignettes taken from the authors' experience. Topics and features of this new edition include: * An updating of diagnostic considerations to reflect the publication of DSM-5.* A chapter on interviewing the patient with dissociative identity disorder (DID), which is now recognized as an entity distinct from other psychopathological conditions and rooted in childhood trauma. The frequency of DID in the ambulatory setting has been repeatedly demonstrated and speaks to the need to accurately diagnose and treat this often-debilitating disorder.* An entirely updated chapter on interviewing the traumatized patient.* A section on interviewing the patient of different background. The book emphasizes that the subjective experience of being "different" is universal and that psychiatry is enriched by recognizing and exploring that experience, validating its existence, and attempting to understand how it influences the patient's life.* Continued emphasis on and inclusion of relevant case vignettes drawn from the authors' clinical experiences.* Structural consistency across chapters, with sections on psychopathology and psychodynamics, differential diagnosis, management of the interview, transference and countertransference, and so forth, which reinforces skills acquisition and makes the text easy to use. By creating a text that is aligned with DSM-5 while continuing to stress the importance of eliciting the patient's subjective experience and achieving a therapeutic dialogue, the authors of The Psychiatric Interview in Clinical Practice have done a great service to the profession and provided much-needed guidance to mental health clinicians and trainees.

Psychiatric Interviewing

Preface The original purpose of the first edition of this book was to outline the process of psychiatric interviewing and to give the reader some vicarious experience with interviewing patients by using selected examples .

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Author: Robert L. Leon

Publisher: Elsevier Publishing Company

ISBN: UOM:39015013214799

Category: Interviewing

Page: 193

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The Psychiatric Interview in Clinical Practice

This new, third edition provides an up-to-date examination of the psychiatric interview that reflects changes introduced in DSM-5, while continuing to recognize that describing symptoms and establishing a diagnosis should command only a ...

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Author: Roger A. MacKinnon

Publisher: American Psychiatric Pub

ISBN: 9781615370597

Category: Medical

Page: 704

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Much has changed in the critical interval since the last edition of The Psychiatric Interview in Clinical Practice was published. This new, third edition provides an up-to-date examination of the psychiatric interview that reflects changes introduced in DSM-5, while continuing to recognize that describing symptoms and establishing a diagnosis should command only a portion of the clinician's attention, and that a patient's personal history must be elicited and character structure addressed in the clinical engagement. Significant advances have been made in biological psychiatry, and research in genetics, cognitive neuroscience, psychopharmacology, brain imaging, and the neurosciences in general continues apace, informing the culture of psychiatry and providing growing insight into the etiology of mental illnesses. However, the book reflects the authors' belief that virtually all major psychiatric disorders are complex amalgams of genetic disposition and environmental influences. In this context, the psychiatric interview is a vitally important dialogue, and effective strategies are modeled through the use of clinical vignettes taken from the authors' experience. Topics and features of this new edition include: An updating of diagnostic considerations to reflect the publication of DSM-5. A chapter on interviewing the patient with dissociative identity disorder (DID), which is now recognized as an entity distinct from other psychopathological conditions and rooted in childhood trauma. The frequency of DID in the ambulatory setting has been repeatedly demonstrated and speaks to the need to accurately diagnose and treat this often-debilitating disorder. An entirely updated chapter on interviewing the traumatized patient. A section on interviewing the patient of different background. The book emphasizes that the subjective experience of being "different" is universal and that psychiatry is enriched by recognizing and exploring that experience, validating its existence, and attempting to understand how it influences the patient's life. Continued emphasis on and inclusion of relevant case vignettes drawn from the authors' clinical experiences. Structural consistency across chapters, with sections on psychopathology and psychodynamics, differential diagnosis, management of the interview, transference and countertransference, and so forth, which reinforces skills acquisition and makes the text easy to use. By creating a text that is aligned with DSM-5 while continuing to stress the importance of eliciting the patient's subjective experience and achieving a therapeutic dialogue, the authors of The Psychiatric Interview in Clinical Practice have done a great service to the profession and provided much-needed guidance to mental health clinicians and trainees.

The Psychiatric Interview for Differential Diagnosis

Interviews with a high degree of structure (e.g., the Structured Clinical Interview for DSM) (SCID; First et al. 2007) have become the gold standard of diagnostic interviewing in psychiatry, primarily in research but also, increasingly, ...

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Author: Lennart Jansson

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9783319332499

Category: Medical

Page: 270

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This book offers an alternative to operational diagnostic manuals and manuals for structured interviewing as the only sources of theoretical and clinical knowledge. It provides an exposition of psychiatric interviewing that is theoretically and clinically well founded and supplies the reader with a coherent framework for performance of a thorough psychiatric examination. The goal is not to come up with yet another interview scheme but to facilitate an understanding of the basic (but, today, completely neglected) tenets of psychopathology and phenomenology. This exposition targets the disorders of subjectivity (consciousness), the second-person processes involved in converting subjective, first-person and observable data into a third person, diagnostically useful, format. In addition, the most pertinent clinical descriptions concerning the major diagnostic groups are presented and discussed.

The Psychiatric Interview for Differential Diagnosis

This book offers an alternative to operational diagnostic manuals and manuals for structured interviewing as the only sources of theoretical and clinical knowledge.

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Author: Lennart Jansson

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 3319332473

Category: Medical

Page: 270

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This book offers an alternative to operational diagnostic manuals and manuals for structured interviewing as the only sources of theoretical and clinical knowledge. It provides an exposition of psychiatric interviewing that is theoretically and clinically well founded and supplies the reader with a coherent framework for performance of a thorough psychiatric examination. The goal is not to come up with yet another interview scheme but to facilitate an understanding of the basic (but, today, completely neglected) tenets of psychopathology and phenomenology. This exposition targets the disorders of subjectivity (consciousness), the second-person processes involved in converting subjective, first-person and observable data into a third person, diagnostically useful, format. In addition, the most pertinent clinical descriptions concerning the major diagnostic groups are presented and discussed.

Diagnostic Interviewing

In D. Carlat (Ed.), The psychiatric interview: A practice guide (pp. 122–142). Philadelphia, PA: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins. Carlson, N. (2007). Physiology of behavior (9th ed.). Boston, MA: Pearson Education, Inc. Cummings, J., ...

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Author: Daniel L. Segal

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9781441913203

Category: Psychology

Page: 547

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This volume represents a clear, jargon-free overview of diagnostic categories with helpful hints regarding a psychiatric interview. Completely revised and updated, detailing current innovations in theory and practice, including recent changes in the DSM-IV.

Oxford Handbook of Psychiatry

This chapter is intended as a guide to the doctor developing skills in interviewing psychiatric patients . As a trainee psychiatrist you should also take the opportunity to observe experienced clinicians as they interview patients ...

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Author: David Semple

Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA

ISBN: 0198527837

Category: Medical

Page: 953

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The Oxford Handbook of Psychiatry is a new book directed at medical students, doctors coming to psychiatry for the first time, psychiatric trainees, and other professionals who may have to deal with patients with psychiatric problems. It is written by a group of experienced, middle-grade psychiatrists and is designed to provide easy access to the information required by psychiatry trainees on the wards or on-call. It closely follows the familiar format of the other Oxford Handbooks, and provides coverage that is comprehensive, evidence based and practical. The content of the handbook is written in the concise, note-based style characteristic of the series, with topics confined to single pages. The book is divided into four sections: Fundamentals of Psychiatric Practice; General Adult Psychiatry; Psychiatric Subspecialties; and Useful Reference Material. Within each chapter, topics are covered in a clear logical manner. For the clinical disorders there is detailed information on the etiology, epidemiology, clinical features, common differential diagnoses, assessment/investigation, management, and prognosis. There is an in-depth coverage of psychiatric assessment, psychopathology, evidence-based practice, mental health legislation in the UK, therapeutic issues, transcultural psychiatry, and eponyms in psychiatry. The book is internally cross-referenced and has both key references to important papers and to further information resources. As well as being indexed alphabetically, it is also indexed by ICD-10/DSM-IV codes, and there is a quick index for acute presentations. This Handbook is practical and directive in style, designed to provide portable reassurance to doctors beginning psychiatry. There is helpful advice for the management of difficult and urgent situations, and the text is peppered with clinical observations on the practice of clinical psychiatry and guidance based upon the experience of the authors.

Evaluation of the Psychiatric Patient

Archives of General Psychiatry, 30.96–102, 1976. Leon, R. L. Psychiatric interviewing: A primer (2nd ed.). Elsevier, New York, 1989. Leon, R. L., Bowen, C. L., and Faber, R. N. The psychiatric interview, history and mental status ...

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Author: Seymour L. Halleck

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9781468458800

Category: Medical

Page: 224

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A few months before the final manuscript of this book was sent to the publisher, Dr. Karl A. Menninger died, shortly before his ninety seventh birthday. Thus, when I sat down to write this preface, he was very much on my mind. I remembered that it had been almost forty years since he wrote A Manual for Psychiatric Case Study, not one of his well-known but probably the most practical of his books. The psycho analytically trained part of me began to wonder what had motivated me to write a book on a topic so similar to that which had earlier drawn the attention of my revered teacher. There is no pressing need for another book on psychiatric evaluation; furthermore, evaluation is a very diffi cult subject to write about in a straightforward way. Whatever my unconscious motivations may have been, I hope they were less significant than those of which I was aware. I wrote this book mainly as part of an effort to reverse certain trends in psychiatric educa tion. In the last decade psychiatrists have increasingly been trained in an environment that emphasizes brief evaluation of patients and de emphasizes teaching about the complexity of human behavior and ex perience. Trainees no longer study psychiatric evaluation in a systematic manner. They take fewer intensive histories, fill out forms instead of describing the patient's mental status, and, with rare exceptions, are not taught how to conceptualize biological and psychosocial interactions.

Library of Congress Subject Headings

... NT Employment interviewing Exit interviewing Focused group interviewing Interviewing in psychiatry Medical history ... Interviewing in child psychiatry ( May Subd Geog ) RJ503.61 UF Child psychiatric interviewing BT Child psychiatry ...

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ISBN: UCBK:C073814966

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Essentials of Psychiatric Assessment

Interviewing and change strategies for helpers: Fundamental skills and cognitive-behavioral interventions (7th ed.). Belmont, CA: Brooks/Cole. Cox, A., Holbrook, D., & Rutter, M. (1981). Psychiatric interviewing techniques ...

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Author: Mohamed Ahmed Abd El-Hay

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781351374408

Category: Psychology

Page: 256

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A psychiatric assessment is a structured clinical conversation, complemented by observation and mental state examination, and supplemented by a physical examination and the interview of family members when appropriate. After the initial interview, the clinician should be able to establish whether the individual has a mental health problem or not, the nature of the problem, and a plan for the most suitable treatment. Essentials of Psychiatric Assessment provides the resident or beginning psychiatrist with a complete road map to a thorough clinical evaluation.

The American Psychiatric Publishing Textbook of Suicide Assessment and Management

Psychiatr Clin North Am 30:e1–e29, 2007b Shea SC, Mezzich JE: Contemporary psychiatric interviewing: new directions for training. Psychiatry: Interpersonal and Biological Processes 51(4):385–397, 1988 Shea SC, Mezzich JE, Bohon S, ...

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Author: Robert I. Simon

Publisher: American Psychiatric Pub

ISBN: 9781585624140

Category: Medical

Page: 744

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This new edition of Textbook of Suicide Assessment and Management follows the natural sequence of events in evaluating and treating patients: assessment, major mental disorders, treatment, treatment settings, special populations, special topics, prevention, and the aftermath of suicide.