Contents Acknowledgments How to use this Book Chapter 1: Understanding children's minds Chapter 2: Preparation and planning of the interview Chapter 3: the essential elements of the investigatory interview Chapter 4: Tailoring the interview to the child's needs Chapter 5: Evaluating the process and outcome of the interview
hould be read by all professionals who work with children and could findthemselves receiving disclosures of abuse. It is practical, easy to read and full of examples and hints. It should be a compulsory text for social work students, trainee po
Clare Wilson lectures in the Department of Psychology at the University of Sydney. Martine Powell lectures in the School of Psychology at Deakin University. Both have trained police officers, social workers and legal professionals in interviewing techniques in Australia and the UK.