The authors describe an interview procedure devised for use in hiring therapists for a research and demonstration project in which the employers viewed videotaped interviews of applicants responding to a standard set of questions posed by an on-site researcher/interviewer. The approach is considered potentially useful for agencies to use in hiring therapists with a systemic orientation.
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Nelson, T.S., McCollum, E.E., Wetchler, J.L. et al. Hiring family therapists for a research project via videotaped interviews: A brief report. Contemp Fam Ther 16, 161–168 (1994). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02196804
- Health Psychology
- Social Issue
- Family Therapist
- Demonstration Project
- Systemic Orientation