Interviewing: Principles and Practices
by Charles J. Stewart and William B. Cash 

Counseling Interviews

Like the medical interview, the counseling interview is a special form of interviewing.   However, it is also much more common than interviews encountered in a medical setting.  Each of us are called upon to listen to others and offer advice.  In order to advise effectively, we must be good listeners and must carefully consider our own experiences as well as the experiences of the person we are communicating with.  This activity accompanies Chapter 11 in your text.

There are five major elements to this activity:

Counseling Interview: Assignment Description
Counseling Interview: Strategies
Counseling Interview: Links
Counseling Interview: Study Questions
Counseling Interview: Quiz

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