Redmond Reams, PhD, licensed psychologist, Oregon Health and Science University Division of Child Psychiatry and Portland State University Graduate Certificate Program in Infant/Toddler Mental Health, and Jennifer Boss, director, Early Head Start National Resource Center, do a role play to demonstrate interviewing relationship-ready staff.
The following handout is referred to as Handout 4 in the video clip.
Handout 4 - Interview questions to assess relationship-readiness
Think of a client you have had a substantial relationship with before and then I am going to ask you some questions about that client and your relationship
Think of a specific difficulty you have had with a colleague or supervisor Selected questions:
Based on the Adult Attachment Interview developed by Mary Main.
To watch the whole webinar, go to: Interviewing Strategies to Hire Relationship-Ready Staff Webinar D8: Management and Professional Development 17<sup>th</sup> Annual Virtual Birth to Three Institute: http://eclkc.ohs.acf.hhs.gov/hslc/tta-system/ehsnrc/comp/program-design/InterviewingStra.htm
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