The Emotional Life Interview
A Psychosocial Diagnostic and Therapeutic ProcedureeBook - 2013
The purpose of this book is to introduce mental health professionals to the Emotional Life Interview that offers therapy to those with mental health problems in a more effective and time-sensitive process. It meets today's pressures to provide essential care at less cost. The Emotional Life Interview (ELI) involves asking each client seven questions about five negative feelings and emotions (fear, anger, shame, guilt, and sadness) and six questions about two positive feelings and emotions (pride and happiness). The process takes the practitioner into the emotional life of a client as no other.
Publisher: Springfield, Illinois :, Charles C. Thomas, Publisher, Ltd.,, 
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