Summary: This video describes the role of the interpreter for the deaf in therapy and the relationship between the client, therapist and interpreter. It answers some common questions that clents have, such as: What should I do if I see my interpreter outside of therapy? Will the interpreter be shocked by what I say in therapy? How do I know that my interpreter will keep the things that I say confidential?, and, Why do my therapist and interpreter sometimes meet without me? The program also shows how to resolve problems that may arise
"This manual is for all therapists, counsellors, other clinicians, nurses and doctors assessing or treating clients who have substance use and/or mental health concerns.
This manual will help create an environment where lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgendered, transsexual, two-spirit, intersex, and queer (LGBTTTIQ) clients feel comfortable indentifying themselves as such.
Includes: interview items that can be used to facilitate discussion during assessment or early in treatment; an assessment form and guide to be used with a standard substance use, mental health, or other service assessment; background information to help clinicians use the ARQ2 guide; a glossary of concepts and terms."