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Using the Art of Motivation to Create Healthier Campus Communities

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Catriona Remocker
Project Coordinator
Centre for Addictions Research of British Columbia (CARBC)

Sarah Joosse
Knowledge Exchange and Social Learning Coordinator
Canadian Mental Health Association, BC Division (CMHA-BC)

Engagement
Overview of MI
The is derived from Miller and Rollnick's "Motivational Interviewing (MI)"
Spirit of Motivational Interviewing
This involves at least a willingness to suspend an authoritarian role, and to

rather than incapacity, with a in the other's experience or perspectives.”
Exploring
"Change Talk"
What is
"Change Talk?"
Using the of motivation
to create healthier campus communities

Changing the Culture of Substance Use Project
On Today's Palette
1. Brief History of our Project
2. Exploration of Engagement
3. Overview of the "Art of Motivation"
4. Spirit of Motivational Interviewing
5. Basics of Responses
6. OARS+ & Change Talk
7. Case Study Application
8. Helpful Resources

Art
A Brief History
Healthy Minds | Healthy Campuses
A province-wide in British Columbia with the common goal of promoting campus mental health and reducing harmful substance use at colleges, universities and institutes.
vibrant
Community of Practice
2012
Changing the Culture of Substance Use Project
(CCSU)
to build a relationship/common agenda
do we
Why
engage
What is the first building block of relationship building?
a conversation
Art of motivation
MI is a counseling style that uses empathy and change talk to help motivate clients towards adopting healthier patterns of behaviour
“ to a way of thinking and working that is
rather than prescriptive, honors the other's and self-direction and is more about
than installing...
(Miller & Moyers, 2006)
Openness
collaborative
autonomy
evoking
genuine interest
explore the other's capacity
Directing
Guiding
Following
Potential Responses During Engagement
What are the benefits and limitations of each of these responses?
Verb:
Tell
Verb: prompt
verb: repeat
When would each one be most useful?
E.g. What would an ideal situation look like for our campuses/communities?
Case Study Exercise
Resources
The Art of Motivation
http://www.carbc.ca/PublicationsResources/SelfhelpTreatment/ArtofMotivation.aspx
Motivational Interviewing Online Training Resources
http://www.motivationalinterview.org/quick_links/mitraining.html
Questions?
How do we create an intentional, positive conversation?
What are the barriers to engagement
(or to having the conversation)?
Ambivalence
Motivation
What is
engagement?
OARS+
O
A
R
S
pen-ended questions
ffirmations
eflective Listening
ummarize
Informing &
Advising
"...it is not about persuading people to do something that is against their values, goals or best interests."
statements that recognize the strengths of others
empathy statements & paraphrasing
It sounds like we are all feeling _______ because ________
Examples?
Think
of a time in a campus scenario where you could apply the art of motivation to help overcome an obstacle and develop a common agenda.

Reflect
whether your approach to the situation would be directing, following or guiding?

Share
your scenario.
Catriona Remocker: remocker@uvic.ca

Sarah Joosse: sarah.joosse@cmha.bc.ca
Let me tell you what I've heard so far...
change talk
... next step using a key question (ex. what did I miss?)
healthycampuses.ca
community.healthycampuses.ca
@HealthyCampuses
&
Thank you!
Healthy
Minds
Healthy
Campuses
healthycampuses.ca
healthycampuses.ca
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