To begin with, you have an intake where you actually do the story.You are looking for the focus of the problem statement. What do you want to solve now? Often a situation sketch of what you are with, what happens and what you expect. That try to summarize sharply.
After that comes a lot of diagnosis, questionnaires to frame a little how you are together.Where is the problem and the solution needs to be searched.
If all this is known, the treatment begins.The problem areas have been identified and a solution is being worked on.
Usually the intake is really an intake.After that it is, depending on the urgency and just general the process, scanning and can diagnose and treat a little interchangeably.
In my experience, the intake is the hardest, as you air your soul a bit and that can be quite difficult.Sometimes you have to open and expose something you just continually hurt, which can then be painful to go through it again and explicitly. Once that is over the biggest bump is taken though and you can really solve things.
All in all, you’re sitting somewhere and you don’t get out of it, find that help.Don’t wait too long with help searching.
I just assume that it is meant to be a first interview in the context of treatment.Intake interviews and appraisal interviews have a different purpose and structure.
If you see each other for the first time, you will hear the introduction.And in principle, the psychologist (often a woman, nowadays) should explain the purpose and expected results of the treatment. If this is not the case with a previous intake, factual information about the costs, the patentability, number of sesssies, (interim) evaluation moments and the qualifications of the psychologist and the method (s) to be used.
You may have questions about this kind of thing or about something you want to focus on specifically.Then it is useful at the beginning to report that you have a number of questions. And then you can ask immediately when there is opportunity to set it.
You don’t really have to worry about it.A psychologist is trained to carry out conversations so that they meet the goal. That goal is almost always to give you insight into your own actions and emotions and how you interact with them. And, of course, provide opportunities that you can use or develop to do so in such a way that you can deal with it better or at least more to your own satisfaction.
He or she asked questions, if they are really good they go into dialogue. It is by going with someone in dialogue that we get to know ourselves better, and the psychologist will grow there, if he is a good one.
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In General, he listens mainly.And he will send if he wants to know certain things. A recording will involve activities.
Every psychologist has his own approach.Each client has their own response.
The purpose of the conversation and the building of the conversations together, the number of conversations per week/month are factors that influence the buildup.