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Clinical Interview Using DSM-IV-TR� Fundamentals

ISBN-10: 1585620513
ISBN-13: 9781585620517
Edition: 2002
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Description: Completely updated for DSM-IV-TR, the authors transform their professional experience into clear, concise, practical, and learnable skills. They teach how to master each of the four basic interview components separately, and how to make them  More...

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Book details

List price: $83.00
Copyright year: 2002
Publisher: American Psychiatric Publishing
Publication date: 10/12/2001
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 576
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.25" long x 1.50" tall
Weight: 1.694
Language: English

Completely updated for DSM-IV-TR, the authors transform their professional experience into clear, concise, practical, and learnable skills. They teach how to master each of the four basic interview components separately, and how to make them interact optimally during the five phases of the patient interview. Also included is an example of a write-up of a psychiatric evaluation that will satisfy most third-party payers, taking the reader through the write-up step by step and showing how it can be adapted to virtually any procedural or research need.

List of Figures
List of Tables
About the Authors
Foreword to the Second Edition
Foreword to the First Edition
Preface to the DSM-IV-TR Edition
Preface to the Second Edition
Acknowledgments
Prologue: Framework
Insight- and Symptom-Oriented Interviewing
The Four Components
The Multiphasic Approach
Disorder-Specific Interviewing
Strategies for Rapport
Put the Patient and Yourself at Ease
Find the Suffering - Show Compassion
Assess Insight - Become an Ally
Show Expertise
Establish Leadership
Balance the Roles
Strategies to Get Information: Techniques
Complaints
Resistance
Defenses
Three Methods to Assess Mental Status
Observation
Conversation
Exploration
Testing
Level of Consciousness: Lethargy, Stupor, and Coma
Attention and Vigilance: Distractibility and Perseveration
Memory: Amnesia and Inability to Learn
Orientation: Confusion
Language: Aphasia
Knowing: Agnosia
Performing: Apraxia
Pathological Reflexes and Movements
Range of Affect
Suggestibility: Dissociation
Abstract Thinking: Concreteness
Intelligence: Dementia, Mental Retardation
Serial Testing of Selected Psychological States
Five Steps to Make a Diagnosis
Diagnostic Clues
Diagnostic Criteria
Psychiatric History
Diagnosis
Prognosis
Five Phases and the Four Components: How to Put it all Together
Phase 1: Warm-Up and Screening of the Problem
Phase 2: Follow-Up of Preliminary Impressions
Phase 3: History and Database
Phase 4: Diagnosis and Feedback
Phase 5: Prognosis and Treatment Contract
Interview With a Cooperative Patient
Case Summary Format
A Difficult Patient
Disorder-Specific Interviewing: Clinical Disorders
Perplexity and Suspiciousness in Dementia
Deception and Denial in Alcohol Abuse and Dependence
Irritable Hyperactivity in Bipolar Disorder
Suspiciousness in Delusional Disorder
Avoidance in Phobia
Disbelief and Embarrassment in Panic Disorder
Persecutory Feelings in Mental Retardation
Laziness in Narcolepsy
Disorder-Specific Interviewing: Personality Disorders
Emotional Withdrawal and Odd Behavior - Cluster A
Exaggerated, Dramatic Emotionality - Cluster B
Anxious, Resistive Submissiveness - Cluster C
Personality Disorders Not Otherwise Specified
Epilogue
Glossary
Appendix
Bibliography
Index

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