Describe how a clinician could act as an agent of change for a client, by properly relating in a culturally appropriate manner.

Intructions expository essay by explaining the difference between screening and assessment. Then explain how a test differs from the overall process of assessment.Next, for each of the following skills and tasks explain what is involved, and provide at least two examples of how/where each would be used in clinical practice. For those that can be utilized in undergraduate level positions, one example should be in an undergraduate level position and one in a graduate level position. Be sure to support your explanation with scholarly references.Active listeningOpen/closed questionsIntakeClinical interviewingTestingFoundational components of the diagnostic processFinally, choose one of your examples and explain how concepts of multiculturalism and diversity would apply in that example. Describe how a clinician could act as an agent of change for a client, by properly relating in a culturally appropriate manner.
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Screening versus assessmentIncludes all of the following:● Explains the difference between screening and assessment● Explains the difference between a test and the overall assessment process● Explanations are accurate
Explanation of tasksAccurately explains what is involved in each of the following tasks:● Active listening● Open/closed questions● Intake● Clinical interviewing● Testing● Foundational components of the diagnostic process
Examples of tasksProvides examples of how/where tasks would be used in clinical practice, with each of the following components:● Two examples for each task● One undergraduate and one graduate example where applicable● Supported by scholarly materials● Contains no inaccuracies
Multiculturalism and diversityProvides each of the following:● Explains how multiculturalism and diversity applies to one of the examples.● Provides a description of how a clinician could be an agent of change through culturally appropriate interactions.● Contains no inaccuracies● Supported by scholarly materials