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active listening
Listening attentively with one's whole being—mind, body, and spirit.Chapter23
clarifying
to check whether understanding is accurate, may ask the other person to rephrase the message, explain it further, or give an example of what the person means.
reflecting
(Mirror Reflection)restating client's feelings
restating
To state again or in a new form
termination phase
client should be told when interview will end; helps client remain attentive without being distracted & gives them opportunity to ask questions
auscultation
the act of listening, either directly or through a stethoscope or other instrument, to sounds within the body as a method of diagnosis.
inspection
visual observation of the body in the course of a medical examination
palpation
an act of touching or feeling; physical examination in medical diagnosis by pressure of the hand or fingers to the surface of the body especially to determine the condition (as of size or consistency) of an underlying part or organ
percussion
the striking or tapping of the surface of a part of the body for diagnostic or therapeutic purposes. the act or technique of tapping the surface of a body part to learn the condition of the parts beneath by the resulting sound
olfaction
1:the sense of smell
2:the act or process of smelling