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Motivational Interviewing: The Language of Change with Dr. Stephen Rollnick

Program Information

Objectives

• Describe the origins, foundations, and spirit of Motivational Interviewing.

• Develop the core skills of Motivational Interviewing.

• Apply the 4-Process Framework of Motivational Interviewing to your clinical practice.

• Model the style underlying motivational interviewing to impact client change.

• Construct questions designed to explore client ambivalence about change.

• Detect the limitations of the righting reflex and other traps to avoid when promoting change.

• Articulate ambivalence and how best to respond to it.

• Evaluate and correlate change language and how listening promotes change.

• Employ Motivational Interviewing to explore client values, create change, and save time.

• Integrate Motivational Interviewing into treatment strategies.

• Connect how motivational interviewing is linked to efforts to promote change in a variety of healthcare settings.

Outline

Motivational Interviewing

Behavior Change and Motivational Interviewing

Integrating Motivational Interviewing in Your Practice

The Traps that Prevent Change

Learning Motivational Interviewing

Core Skills of Motivational Interviewing

Motivational Interviewing in action – Demonstration and Discussion

Challenges and Opportunities in Motivational Interviewing

Copyright : 05/12/2013