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Focusing on the practical skills needed to establish rapport with patients and gain valuable clinical insights,The Psychiatric Interview, 5th Edition, offers a practical, concise approach to improving interviewing skills. Noted psychiatrist and award-winning mental health journalist Dr. Daniel J. Carlat uses a proven combination of mnemonics, specific techniques for approaching threatening topics, and phrasing examples to illustrate the nuances of the interviewing process, making this easy-to-digest text essential reading for trainees and practitioners in psychiatry, psychology, nursing, social work, and related fields.

- Offers a concise, real-world approach to the psychiatric interview, filled with tips and pearls to develop confidence in interviewing
- Brings you up to speed with the DSM 5-TR and current research, and includes a new chapter on techniques for the agitated patient and a new discussion of prolonged grief
- Contains focused, practical sections on general principles of effective interviewing, obtaining the psychiatric history, and interviewing for diagnosis
- Uses mnemonics and pocket cards to help you understand and remember key elements of the effective interview
- Provides clear techniques for approaching threatening topics, and shows how relationships that are endangered can be repaired
- Presents information in an engaging, conversational manner, helping you form an alliance with each patient in order to promote cooperation and effective treatment

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Section I. General Principles of Effective Interviewing
1 The Initial Interview: A Preview
2 Logistic Preparations: What to Do Before the Interview
3 The Therapeutic Alliance: What It Is, Why It""s Important, and How to Establish It
4 Asking Questions I: How to Approach Threatening Topics
5 Asking Questions II: Tricks for Improving Patient Recall
6 Asking Questions III: How to Change Topics With Style
7 Techniques for the Reluctant Patient
8 Techniques for the Overly Talkative Patient
9 Techniques for the Malingering Patient
10 Techniques for the Agitated Patient
11 Techniques for the Adolescent Patient
12 Interviewing Family Members and Other Informants
13 Techniques for Other Challenging Situations
14 Practical Psychodynamics in the Diagnostic Interview
Section II. The Psychiatric History
15 Obtaining the History of Present Illness
16 Obtaining the Psychiatric History
17 Screening for General Medical Conditions
19 Obtaining the Social and Developmental History
Section III. Interviewing for Diagnosis: The Psychiatric Review of Symptoms
20 How to Memorize the DSM-5-TR Criteria
21 Interviewing for Diagnosis: The Art of Hypothesis Testing
22 Mental Status Examination
23 Assessing Suicidal and Homicidal Ideation
24 Assessing Mood Disorders I: Depressive Disorders
25 Assessing Mood Disorders II: Bipolar Disorder
26 Assessing Anxiety , Obsessive, and Trauma Disorders
27 Assessing Substance Use Disorder
28 Assessing Psychotic Disorders
29 Assessing Neurocognitive Disorders (Dementia and Delirium)
30 Assessing Eating Disorders and Somatic Symptom Disorder
31 Assessing Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
32 Assessing Personality Disorders
Section IV. Interviewing for Treatment
33 How to Educate Your Patient
34 Negotiating a Treatment Plan
35 Writing Up the Results of the Interview
A Pocket Cards
B Data Forms for the Interview
C Patient Education Handouts

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