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Motivational Interviewing

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Scott Wehman

on 17 August 2014

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Transcript of Motivational Interviewing

Avoid Traps!
Foundation
Strategies
Results
Motivational Interviewing

Elaborating
Affirming
Reflecting
Summarizing
Open-ended Questions
Affirming
Reflecting
Summarizing
Committment Language:
Process
P.A.C.E
Partnership
Acceptance
Compassion
Evocation
The Spirit of
Motivational
Interviewing:
Engaging
Focusing
Evoking
Planning
O.A.R.S.
E.A.R.S.
Blaming Trap
Who's at fault is irrelevant
Question/Answer Trap:
Elicits passivity, clients are not encouraged to explore issues in depth, increases power differential
Confrontation/Denial Trap
Sets client up to make a reasonable argument in response to every statement the counselor makes.
Expert Trap
Providing direction to the client without first helping the client to determine their own goals, direction and plans, clients may tend to passively accept the counselor's suggestions, and may only halfheartedly commit changing.
Labeling Trap
Client identification as "alcoholic" or "addict" may not necessarily foster change talk.
Premature Focus Trap
Does not allow for sufficient time to explore full array of potential client goals, and can raise resistance.
C.A.T.S.
Commitment
(I will make changes)

Activation
(I am ready, prepared, willing
to change)

Taking Steps
(I am taking specific actions to change)

Recognizing Change Talk
D.A.R.N
Desire to ...
("want, like, wish")
Ability to ...
("can, could")
Reasons to ...
("if, then")
Need for ...
("got to, need to, have to")
Responding to change talk
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