PSY 337, Week 3 Notes
PSY 337, Week 3 Notes PSY 337
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Razan Alkhazaleh on Sunday February 14, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to PSY 337 at Pace University taught by Samantha Lee in Winter 2016. Since its upload, it has received 14 views. For similar materials see Introduction to Psychological Counseling in Psychlogy at Pace University.
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Date Created: 02/14/16
02/10/2016 • Interviewing: eliciting data SKILLS • Invitational: non-verbal— eye contact, positive attentive silence, tone, physical distance, expressions, gestures, touch, etc • Opening: questions— open and closed ended questions • Reﬂecting: mirror to let client know you’re listening • Paraphrasing: brieﬂy restating facts, and thoughts in different ways, non-judgement— reﬂecting feelings, meanings and summarizing • Challenging: giving feedback/confrontation **do not utilize in ﬁrst meeting (used after rapport is developed) • Road map: • relationship building • assessment • intervention/action • evaluation and reﬂection • giving feedback/confrontation Example of closed/opened questions: • Closed: Do you get on well with your boss? • Open: Tell me about your relationship with your boss. • Examples of reﬂecting: • Client: “There is this woman at work. She’s horrible. At lunch in the common area, she talks with everyone else but ignored me.” • How can you respond? • “It sounds like… you may have felt uncomfortable at lunch • you may have felt left out • you may feel unaccepted/rejected by coworker • you might have now have had a relaxing break • “How familiar are you with your coworkers? What does an ideal lunch break look like for you?” • Examples of challenging/confronting: • “We’ve been meeting for ‘x’ amount of weeks. I hear you say that you want to change ‘x’.” • “I am wondering why you turn down ideas?” • “What are some steps we can take today/this week?” LIST OF POSSIBLE SCHOOLS OF THOUGHT: assignment— 02/17/2016 • cognitive • existentialism • behaviorial • family systems • CBT • gestalt • REBT/RET • eclectic • psychoanalytical • humanistic • rogerian 02/10/2016 • REBT: Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy— by Albert Ellis • believes that people are irrational by nature • (A)ctivating event • (B)elief • (C)onsequence Term used by Albert Ellis, “Musterbating”— this must happen, things must go my way, etc.
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