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Sally counters with: “Hey, look, I really want to do this. I need the extra credit. Why don’t you just come to my room? ” Knowing she is violating the rules, Beth reluctantly agrees to do the interview in Sally’s dorm room. After all, it’s just a class assignment, right? What’s wrong with a nice, quiet dorm room? Who will ever know where the interview was conducted? Besides, it’s better than inviting Sally to her house, isn’t it? Beth asks Sally to make sure they will have the room to themselves.

Much to his surprise, his classmates were uniformly positive about the pleasant aspects of his voice. This supportive feedback helped Amhad relax a little more about his accent and voice. Recently, while on a teaching exchange in Great Britain, we came to understand Amhad’s perspective more deeply. During our Britain experience, nearly everyone we met commented on our accents. ” The point is that we all have accents, and others can often quickly detect these accents. Furthermore, people will judge you based on your accent.

Consequently, he or she may suggest a remedy that the client has already tried without success. The therapist’s credibility is thereby diminished. A clinical interview may produce less-than-positive effects. Negative effects often result from misguided, inappropriate, or premature efforts to help clients. This is why interviewers carefully listen to and evaluate clients, establishing reasonable and mutual treatment goals, before implementing specific change strategies. Applying Listening Skills and Psychological Techniques The common element underlying both evaluation/assessment and intervention/helping is sensitive and effective listening.

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