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Motivational Interviewing Presentation

To help train and encourage the use of motivational interviewing and the processes of change from the Transtheoretical Model to evoke behavior change.
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Kate O'Farrell

on 21 May 2014

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Transcript of Motivational Interviewing Presentation

by James O. Prochaska
and Carlos DiClemente
Transtheoretical Model
Having that behavior changing conversation...
Motivational Interviewing
To finish up...
The Middle Ground:
INTRO TIME!
Who am I?
What makes me... well, me?

Here's the assignment:
Imagine any behavior change that you may want for yourself

It's simple:
1. Think of your goal
2. Learn a little something
3. Apply it and see what else you learn
What's the plan?
2. The Theory Behind the Practice
1. Introspection
4. Best Practices and Strategies
Step Two: Theory Time!
Let's apply it...
The Higher Ground:
The Lower Ground:
Go back to that goal you thought about at the beginning...

What stage are you in?

How would you have a conversation with yourself about changing your behaviors?

How can you apply it?


Originally used to analyze the psychological process of individuals that want to quit smoking
The Transtheoretical Model was developed in the early 1980's by James Prochaska and Carlos DiClemente.
A LITTLE HISTORY
In the process of studying people's behavior, they learned that
relapse was the rule, rather than the exception.
As individuals change, they don't move in a linear direction forward and backward through stages. Instead, they can
bounce
from the end back to the beginning and anywhere in-between.
The theory is now used to assess change in anything from weight loss, to drug addiction, to educational behavior.
Let's take a look at how it can be used for wellness behavior change!
So... now what?
Step One:
THE INTROSPECTION
3. Motivational Interviewing
Motivational Interviewing
THE FOUR GUIDING PRINCIPLES
EXPRESS EMPATHY
DEVELOP DISCREPANCY
ROLL WITH RESISTANCE
SUPPORT
SELF-EFFICACY
The Key!
Decisional Balance
Keys to Change
Feedback
Responsibility
Advice
Menu
Empathy
Self-efficacy
THE GOAL: ELICIT CHANGE TALK

MEANING? YOU WANT TO HEAR IT FROM THEM
BEST PRACTICES AND STRATEGIES
OPEN-ENDED QUESTIONS
AFFIRMATION AND FEEDBACK
REFLECTIVE LISTENING
SUMMARIZE
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