Interview Intervention

Author: Andrew LaCivita
Editor: BalboaPress
ISBN: 9781452547039
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If you are interviewing with a company, you are likely qualified for the job. Through the mere action of conducting the interview, the employer essentially implies this. So why is it difficult to secure the job you love? Because there are three reasons you actually get the job—none of which are your qualifications— and, unfortunately, you can only control one of them. iNTERVIEW INTERVENTION creates awareness of these undetected reasons that pose difficulty for the job-seeker and permeate to the interviewer, handicapping the employer’s ability to secure the best talent. It teaches interview participants to use effective interpersonal communication techniques aimed at overcoming these obstacles. It guides job-seekers through the entire interview process to ensure they get hired. It teaches interviewers to extract the most relevant information to make sound hiring decisions. iNTERVIEW INTERVENTION will become your indispensable guide to: ? Create self-awareness to ensure you understand the job you want before—not after—the fact. ? Conduct research to surface critical employer information. ? Share compelling stories that include the six key qualities that make them believable and memorable. ? Respond successfully to the fourteen most effective interview questions. ? Sell yourself and gather intelligence through effective question asking. ? Close the interview to ensure the interviewer wants to hire you.

Doing Fieldwork In Areas Of International Intervention

Author: Berit Bliesemann de Guevara
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ISBN: 1529206898
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Over the last two decades, an increasing number of scholars within international relations and political science have started to conduct fieldwork in faraway places on various aspects of international interventions into violent conflict. However, too often there has not been the practical guidance available to help negotiate the particular challenges that this type of fieldwork brings. This edited collection brings together researchers who have conducted fieldwork in areas of international intervention to reflect on the work they have carried out, the problems and constraints they have encountered, and the strategies they have developed to overcome them. The contributions are organized into four sections, addressing distinct but interrelated aspects of fieldwork in areas of international intervention into violent conflict.

Batterer Intervention Programs

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Career Intervention

Author: Arnold R. Spokane
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Library Of Congress Subject Headings

Author: Library of Congress
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Intervention In Human Services

Author: Eveline D. Schulman
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ISBN: 9780801643705
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Systematic Intervention With Disturbed Children

Author: Marvin J. Fine
Editor: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9401163294
File Size: 71,80 MB
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Disturbed children constitute a sizeable and varied percentage of the child population. Generally, two to three percent have severe, longstanding problems and 20 to 30 percent have current, more transient problems. While preventive efforts are needed, it also seems obvious that many children will continue to function in a disturbed and disturbing fashion and will continue to require vari ous kinds of therapeutic interventions. These interventions will mainly occur in school and community settings. This book attempts to present a picture of some fairly popular models of intervention and to consider important related issues. There are probably as many ways of coping with disturbed children as there are creative, caring persons attempting to do the coping. A growing literature exists on ways of conceptual izing and intervening with such children. It was believed by the editor that an organized body of information on these concepts and techniques would prove useful to student and practitioner. A danger with such collections is that if they mainly portray novel or atypi cal techniques, while informative, the book quickly becomes passe and of li mited value. This book's focus is on contemporary thought, but also on orien tations that have stood the test of some time and the stability of the under lying theory.

Stuttering Intervention

Author: David Allen Shapiro
Editor: Pro Ed
ISBN:
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Remedial Intervention In Adolescent Sex Offenses

Author: Fay Honey Knopp
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Juvenile Firesetter Intervention Handbook

Author: Federal Emergency Management Agency
Editor: FEMA
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File Size: 72,86 MB
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This Juvenile Firesetter Intervention Handbook is designed to teach communities how to develop an effective juvenile firesetter intervention program. The chapters of this Handbook can be viewed as the six building blocks essential to construct a successful program. The cornerstone of the blueprint is understanding the personality profiles of juvenile firesetters and their families. The next step is identifying at-risk youth and assessing the likelihood that they will become involved in future firesetting incidents. The identification of the three levels of firesetting risk-little, definite, and extreme-leads to specific types of intervention, including evaluation, education, referral, and follow up. These are the critical components of a juvenile firesetter program To provide a complete complement of services to juvenile firesetters and their families, the juvenile firesetter program must be part of a community network. This network consists of a continuum of care designed to provide a range of intervention services, including prevention, immediate treatment, and graduated sanctions to juvenile firesetters and their families. Finally, there is a specific set of programmatic tasks that will ensure the delivery of swift and effective intervention to at-risk youth and their families. A planned an coordinated effort on the part of the fire service and human service organizations is the best way to reduce juvenile involvement in firesetting and arson and to protect and preserve lives and property in our communities.

Authentic Assessment For Early Childhood Intervention

Author: Stephen J. Bagnato
Editor: Guilford Press
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Meeting a crucial need, this book provides clear recommendations for authentic developmental assessment of children from infancy to age 6, including those with developmental delays and disabilities. It describes principles and strategies for collecting information about children's everyday activities in the home, preschool, and community, which provides a valid basis for intervention planning and progress monitoring. Throughout, the book emphasizes the importance of enlisting parents as partners with practitioners and teachers in observation and team-based decision making. Special features of this well-organized, accessible volume include recommendations for developmentally appropriate assessment tools and "Best-Practice Guidepoints" in each chapter that distill key professional standards and practices.

Teacher Perceptions And Use Of Prereferral Intervention Programs

Author: Amy Pobst
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Functional Behavioral Assessment And Function Based Intervention

Author: John Umbreit
Editor: Pearson College Division
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File Size: 72,12 MB
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Written by leading authorities in the field, this book presents a complete system for conducting functional behavioral assessments, developing effective interventions, and implementing and monitoring those interventions. It provides a decision-model and detailed explanation of how to develop interventions that are linked directly to the function of the behavior. This text also translates evidence-based practices into concrete steps and activities, and covers topics in the natural order in which key tasks are performed. Functional Behavioral Assessment and Function-Based Intervention uses a consistent format in each chapter that includes expected outcomes, a summary of key steps and activities, and exercises designed to improve mastery, as well as including numerous examples to illustrate important concepts and methods.

The Social Work Interview

Author: Alfred Kadushin
Editor: Columbia University Press
ISBN: 0231534884
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The only textbook to outline the skills social workers need to conduct effective client interviews, this volume synthesizes recent research on interviewing and demonstrates its value in unique settings and with a variety of clients and issues. Connecting evidence-based approaches to the quality of practitioner-client relationships and the achievement of different objectives at each phase of the interview, the text shows students how to apply their learning systematically and develop specialized techniques for culturally competent interviewing and challenging client situations. For this fifth edition, the authors have updated the text's research throughout and have adopted a more coherent chapter organization for teaching. The volume also includes new sections on breaking bad news and interviewing with aged, racial/ethnic, and sexual minority populations. Revised vignettes reflect the challenges practitioners now face in the field and represent the interests of diverse students and scholars.

Drug Use In America Criss Intervention And Emergency Treatment

Author: United States. Commission on Marihuana and Drug Abuse
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Tactics And Techniques Of Community Intervention

Author: John E. Tropman
Editor: Wadsworth
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Clinical Applications Of The Adult Attachment Interview

Author: Howard Steele
Editor: Guilford Press
ISBN: 1593856962
File Size: 36,22 MB
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The Adult Attachment Interview (AAI) is both a mainstay of attachment research and a powerful clinical tool. This unique book provides a thorough introduction to the AAI and its use as an adjunct to a range of therapeutic approaches, including cognitive-behavioral therapy, psychoanalytic psychotherapy, parent-infant psychotherapy, home visiting programs, and supportive work in the context of foster care and adoption. Leading authorities provide detailed descriptions of clinical procedures and techniques, illustrated with vivid case material. Grounded in research, the volume highlights how using the AAI can enhance assessment and diagnosis, strengthen the therapeutic alliance, and facilitate goal setting, treatment planning, and progress monitoring.

Crisis Intervention In Criminal Justice Social Service

Author: James Earnest Hendricks
Editor: Charles C Thomas Pub Limited
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This collection of works is intended for pre-service and in-service criminal justice and social service crisis interveners, this book provides theoretical, analytical, and practical knowledge for those who first respond to crisis in a professional capacity. Face-to-face interaction with the client/victim is part of the comprehensive approach advocated by this book, which requires interveners to assess the nature of a crisis and the condition of the victim in order to determine the appropriate course of action. Each chapter offers a theoretical overview of a particular facet of intervention, as well as models and methods for applying crisis theory to crisis situations faced by interveners. Although crisis situations are composed of similar elements, each crisis is unique within the personal domain due to individual diversity. Chapters are devoted to crisis intervention for each of the following crises: domestic violence/spouse abuse, child abuse and neglect, elder abuse and neglect, rape and sexual assault, the death of a loved one, and suicide.

Life Space Crisis Intervention

Author: Nicholas James Long
Editor: Pro Ed
ISBN:
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"Totally revised and updated! New chapter on working with staff who inadvertently perpetuate conflict with a student. New appendix on the future of LSCI. Here's a professional resource for educators, psychologists, and counselors that focuses on Life Space Crisis Intervention, a strategy to help guide young people through stressful experiences. The second edition of this important book offers a significant breakthrough in teaching professionals the unique skills of interviewing children and youth during interpersonal crises. Part One prepares an adult to deal with all aspects of student stress. Part Two teaches the six sequential steps involved in carrying out successful life space crisis intervention, based on Fritz Redl's concepts. Part Three describes six types of therapeutic life space crisis interventions that are typical and beneficial to students in conflict. This book is a must have for special educators, counselors, principals, child care workers, social workers, probation workers, and psychologists who work with students who have special needs." -- Publisher's description