Psychiatric Interview

Paperback | January 1, 1981

byHarry Stack Sullivan

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SULLIVAN/PSYCHIATRIC INTERVIEW

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Approaching the personal interview as a special instance of all interpersonal relations, Sullivan outlines here what therapists need to know to set up a successful working relationship with a client. He discussion is conversational and concrete, based on case histories, and shows how therapist and client can keep the dialogue from deto...

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Approaching the personal interview as a special instance of all interpersonal relations, Sullivan outlines here what therapists need to know to set up a successful working relationship with a client. He discussion is conversational and concrete, based on case histories, and shows how therapist and client can keep the dialogue from deto...

Harry Stack Sullivan was born in Norwich, New York, and grew up on a farm in Smyrna. Originally interested in physics, he turned to medicine and psychiatry, entering the Chicago College of Medicine and Surgery in 1913 and receiving his degree in 1917. Following World War I, Sullivan dealt with war veterans disabled by neuropsychiatric ...

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Format:PaperbackDimensions:256 pages, 8.25 × 5.5 × 0.75 inPublished:January 1, 1981Publisher:W W Norton

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ISBN - 10:0393005062

ISBN - 13:9780393005066

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Approaching the personal interview as a special instance of all interpersonal relations, Sullivan outlines here what therapists need to know to set up a successful working relationship with a client. He discussion is conversational and concrete, based on case histories, and shows how therapist and client can keep the dialogue from detours, establish the framework best suited to their goals, and use their time to maximum advantage.