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There is much wisdom from the French novelist, essayist, playwright, and Nobel Prize Laureate Albert Camus about what is needed to successfully interview and counsel families in the context of a pediatric visit. The primary pediatric health care professional need not dictate the agenda of the visit and “lead” the family according to a predetermined agenda. Nor should the health care professional limit the interview to the initial concerns that are expressed, without inquiring about and exploring other potential areas salient to child health and development that the family may not explicitly mention. Successful interviewing and counseling of families requires...

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