CDO 439 Clinical Interaction Model

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CDO 439 Clinical Interaction Model
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SLP clinical interaction model
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  1. CIM
    Clinical Interaction Model
  2. Who is in charge of CIM?
    The SLP
  3. ASHA Guidelines
    • Ethics
    • Range of services
    • Support designees
    • Preferred Practice
    • Position statements
  4. Variety of settings to utilize CIM
    • Educational
    • Medical
    • Private practice
    • Supervise/Teach
    • (every setting)
  5. Cognitive Behavioral Approach
    clinician and client
    The clinician and the client are submersed/immersed in both Cognitive and Behavioral activities
  6. Cognitive Behavioral Approach
    Client
    Client: cognitively aware, perceive, think about, then produce it behaviorally
  7. Cognitive Behavioral Approach
    Clinician
    • Clinician: cognitively aware of need of client’s
    • responses, responding appropriately, changing strategy if client does not succeed. Also cognitively aware of client’s feelings, attitudes, emotions.
  8. The Clinical Transaction / The Clinician-Client Interaction
    • S – 1 – Clinician stimulus – initiated here
    • O – 2 – Client thinking
    • R – 3 – Client Response
    • S – 4 – Client stimulus responses – client’s
    • response is the clinicians stimulus
    • O – 5 – Clinician stimulus
    • R – 6 – Clinician Response
  9. Transactions
    • We are constantly evaluating
    • 1. client’s response in terms of correctness
    • 2. effects of rewards and penalties on the frequency of occurrences of behaviors
    • 3. the client’s levels of approach motivation and avoidance motivation
  10. Clinician is in Charge
    • Of activity planned in therapy, environment, and responding
    • Recognize negative attitudes, emotions, and feelings that contribute to the behavior
    • Can be interfering and consequently disruptive to the clinic situation.

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