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The Resource A short & happy guide to effective client interviewing and counseling, O.J. Salinas

A short & happy guide to effective client interviewing and counseling, O.J. Salinas

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A short & happy guide to effective client interviewing and counseling
Title
A short & happy guide to effective client interviewing and counseling
Statement of responsibility
O.J. Salinas
Title variation
  • Short and happy guide to effective client interviewing and counseling
  • Effective client interviewing and counseling
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Author
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
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YDXCP
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Salinas, O. J
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Series statement
A short & happy guide series
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  • Interviewing in law practice
  • Interviewing in law practice
Label
A short & happy guide to effective client interviewing and counseling, O.J. Salinas
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Publication
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Part 3. Let's work with the conversation foundation!:
  • The first pillar : let the clients know you are there to help them
  • The second pillar : let the clients talk
  • The third pillar : listen!
  • The fourth pillar : try to understand the clients' stories
  • The fifth and final pillar : take time to explain to the clients, in layman's terms, how the law applies to their problems
  • Part 4. Descriptions and illustrations for a client interview : let's break it down:
  • Before the interview : dealing with "administrative items:
  • Show your manners! You don't have to be best friends to still greet and welcome the client
  • Roadmap! Let the clients know where you are going in the interview
  • Part 1. Attorneys and counselors : we are both, folks!:
  • Let's go on a fact-gathering hunt : listening to and understanding the client's story
  • Trying to solve that word problem : using legal analysis to help solve the client's problem
  • Shutting it down! Closure is good, even in a client interview
  • Part 5. You don't have to be an experienced therapist to practice basic client counseling skills:
  • Training as an attorney and a counselor : an introduction
  • Be ready, genuine, and present
  • Don't shut down the conversation from the get-go : open with open-ended questions
  • This is not physical education, but practice active listening
  • You've listened to the client's story. Make sure you get it right : summarize and reflect!
  • I understand. You don't have to feel sorry for your clients to empathize
  • A law license wake-up call
  • The power of "I wonder."
  • Law school curriculum : changes are coming
  • Problem-solving attorneys and counselors
  • Multiple hat-wearing problem solvers
  • Part 2. Join the club! You, too, can be an effective attorney-client counselor:
  • Building a bridge to a strong professional relationship with our clients
  • The importance of communication
Dimensions
23 cm.
Extent
xii, 194 pages
Isbn
9781634604086
Lccn
2016295939
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Note
YBP Library Services
System control number
(OCoLC)939532835
Label
A short & happy guide to effective client interviewing and counseling, O.J. Salinas
Publication
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Part 3. Let's work with the conversation foundation!:
  • The first pillar : let the clients know you are there to help them
  • The second pillar : let the clients talk
  • The third pillar : listen!
  • The fourth pillar : try to understand the clients' stories
  • The fifth and final pillar : take time to explain to the clients, in layman's terms, how the law applies to their problems
  • Part 4. Descriptions and illustrations for a client interview : let's break it down:
  • Before the interview : dealing with "administrative items:
  • Show your manners! You don't have to be best friends to still greet and welcome the client
  • Roadmap! Let the clients know where you are going in the interview
  • Part 1. Attorneys and counselors : we are both, folks!:
  • Let's go on a fact-gathering hunt : listening to and understanding the client's story
  • Trying to solve that word problem : using legal analysis to help solve the client's problem
  • Shutting it down! Closure is good, even in a client interview
  • Part 5. You don't have to be an experienced therapist to practice basic client counseling skills:
  • Training as an attorney and a counselor : an introduction
  • Be ready, genuine, and present
  • Don't shut down the conversation from the get-go : open with open-ended questions
  • This is not physical education, but practice active listening
  • You've listened to the client's story. Make sure you get it right : summarize and reflect!
  • I understand. You don't have to feel sorry for your clients to empathize
  • A law license wake-up call
  • The power of "I wonder."
  • Law school curriculum : changes are coming
  • Problem-solving attorneys and counselors
  • Multiple hat-wearing problem solvers
  • Part 2. Join the club! You, too, can be an effective attorney-client counselor:
  • Building a bridge to a strong professional relationship with our clients
  • The importance of communication
Dimensions
23 cm.
Extent
xii, 194 pages
Isbn
9781634604086
Lccn
2016295939
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Note
YBP Library Services
System control number
(OCoLC)939532835

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