Process Recording Process recording is a detailed account of a client system interaction that provides an opportunity for the student and field instructor to review and discuss communication skills and specific interventions. Directions Select a client system/case and using the accompanying form, provide a detailed account of the interaction. Process Recording Student Name: 1. Who was present, when and where did the interaction take place; full names should not be used in recordings in order to protect confidentiality, use initials. 2. What was the purpose of the interaction? 3. What phase of the helping process are you in, what are you hoping to accomplish? Content-Dialogue Student’s Gut-Level Student’s Supervisor’s Feeling/Response Analysis/Assessment Comments Student uses this space Record how you were Analyze your The field instructor can to record interaction feeling as the dialogue, interventions; what make comments and give word-for-word. This is activity, or interaction did you do? Why? feedback right opposite to include verbal and was taking place. Be as What are the client the interaction or non-verbal open and honest as you system’s needs, feelings/reactions the components. Include can. Use this to look at issues, affect? student records. all others present, your feelings and not to Identify skills you communications such analyze the client’s are using (refer to as silence, reactions. the Social Work Skill interruptions, and Sets); Assess your other interactions work. What is your which may not be part plan for the next of the planned intervention or intervention or contact? interview.
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