Where To Start and What To Ask
- An assessment handbook
- Lukas, Susan
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Published USA, 2012 (enhanced edition)
This book is intended as a life raft for beginner counsellors and their supervisors. It shows them how to organize an approach to the initial phase of treatment, and alerts beginning clinicians to circumstances when they must seek reassurance or information from their supervisor. It not only offers all the necessary tools for garnering information from the client but also provides a framework for thinking about that information and formulating a thorough assessment. The new (enhanced) edition includes an audio CD with lessons and exercises on the clinical interview.
How to Conduct the First Interview with an Adult
How to Conduct the First Interview with a Child
How to Conduct the First Interview with a Couple
How to Determine Whether a Client Might Hurt Somebody - Including You
How to Determine Whether a Client is a Substance Abuser
How to Assess Children for Neglect, Abuse and Sexual Aabuse
How to Write an Assessment
Susan Lukas was a clinical social worker in New York, USA. She died in 2008.
Paperback, with Audio CD. 182 pages