By Scott T. Meier
Bridging Case Conceptualization, review, and Intervention offers a brand new method of the combination of technology and perform in scientific paintings. writer Scott T. Meier systematically connects case conceptualization, overview, and research of intervention results. This integrative method differs from conventional tools of educating counseling in its emphasis at the inclusion of overview facts within the intervention process.
With its emphasis on recommendations and technique, Bridging Case Conceptualization, review, and Intervention is meant as a handbook for college kids in psychology, psychiatry, social paintings, or counseling and practising psychotherapists, psychiatrists, or counselors.
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Qxd 18 11/12/02 12:43 PM Page 18 CASE CONCEPTUALIZATION, ASSESSMENT, AND INTERVENTION The intake interview usually provides some organization and structure that guides the search for answers to these questions (Needleman, 1999; SommersFlanagan & Sommers-Flanagan, 1999). For example, Beck, Rush, Shaw, and Emery (1979) suggested that the initial interview be employed to assess psychopathology, gauge the client’s strengths, and formulate a set of interventions. , family, caseworkers, clinical staff ) should be consulted for additional information, and (e) the history and context that surround the presenting problems.
1990) 1. After each session, consider the most important client responses; 2. Arrange the responses on a large sheet of paper, showing how different concepts are related; 3. Draw lines between the concepts that are closely related; 4. Draw a circle around any cluster of concepts that belong together, labeling each. Hanna et al. , view constructs as having two poles). Murdock (1991) Apply counseling theory to a particular client using a set of described procedures. Neufeldt et al. (1995) Gather information (including cultural and SES data), set a problem, and develop a change strategy.
Neufeldt et al. (1995) Gather information (including cultural and SES data), set a problem, and develop a change strategy. Neufeldt et al. (1996) Learn to tolerate ambiguity and accept not knowing, to consider theory and personal experiences, and to understand personal biases. Needleman (1999) 1. , clients’ current situations, major problems, and precipitating events). 2. Create an exhaustive list of problems, issues, and therapy-relevant behaviors to help remind clients about the problems that need to be addressed.
Bridging Case Conceptualization, Assessment, and Intervention by Scott T. Meier