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Interviewing TechniquesOne of the best ways to learn how to do an interview is to watch someone else conduct one. This week, you will view a media clip of someone conducting an interview that is part of an addictions assessment. The interview uses a biopsychosocial approach, in that it collects information about medical aspects (prior illnesses, current medications), social history (childhood, school, employment) and psychological functioning (anxiety, depression). The goal of the interview is to start developing an overall picture of the client.In this Discussion, you will evaluate which interview strategies would be more effective than others in an addictions assessment.To prepare:Review the Learning Resources, including the following:Chapter 5, “Assessment of the Patient,” in The American Psychiatric Publishing Textbook of Substance Abuse TreatmentChemical Dependency Counseling: A Practical GuideChapter 4, “The Biopsychosocial Interview”Appendix 6, “Sample Biopsychosocial Interview”The media titled Interviewing TechniquesPost by Thursday 3/16/17 a 300 word response to the following: Based on your observation of the addictions professional in the scenario, describe one interview strategy you believe was effectively modeled. Explain why it was effective.Which interviewing strategies used by the interviewer in the media would you avoid, and why?The main post must contain a minimum of two (2) different references from a peer reviewed journal or scholarly book or scholarly website. Be sure to support your postings and responses with specific references to the Learning Resources.Answer all components in the assignment as there are usually several. These can serve as your headings in APA format. Using these headings will help keep your paper organized, ensure you cover all objectives, and enhance readability. You may find that if you bullet-point these requirements and refer to them as you write, you will address all of the portions of the question.