Human Social Functioning


Module 2 – Summary

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  • Things that are unique to the HSF interview are the peer relationship, using both the positive and the negative, written summaries by the client and not interpreting.
  • The HSF interviewer will need to acquire a range of skills including developing peer relationships, listening without interpreting, mirroring and reflecting back, focusing, clarifying and summarising without interpreting, searching for themes and connections and discovering the ‘core’ and planning actions.
  • The HSF interview follows the structure of pre interview, beginning, middle, end and post interview.
  • The HSF interviewer can use questions to clarify content and to progress the interview. The Interview process is a shared exercise; questions are seen as part of the ‘handing back’ to the Interviewee so that s/he can be in charge of the process much of the time.
  • A range of outcomes may be achieved from the HSF interview, including, reduced regression, stronger ego, change of attitude and behaviour and opening up of experiences and inner resources.

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