With motivational interviewing
, our interactions with patients are shaped by:
The material is divided into four sections, each discussing a process of motivational interviewing
has been defined as a, "client-centered, directive method for enhancing intrinsic motivation to change by exploring and resolving ambivalence" (Hohman, 2012, Pg.
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Applying the four main elements of the spirit of motivational interviewing
(partnership, evocation, acceptance, and compassion) to efforts to engage patients with behavioral health concerns;
Transforming the Conversation Through Motivational Interviewing
Interventions can range from brief counseling to motivational interviewing
of adolescents at risk and finally referral to substance abuse specialists in the highest-risk groups.
A comprehensive search conducted in August 2014 identified all relevant randomised controlled trials evaluating the effects of motivational interviewing
for smoking cessation.
Trainers reported that motivational interviewing
(MI)-inconsistent behaviors were frequently perceived during training and believed to create barriers to learning.
(MI) is a useful approach for practitioners to help enhance patient interest and participation in their treatment (Rollnick, Miller, & Butler, 2008).
After identifying patients with high scores on the Alcohol, Smoking, and Substance Involvement Screening Test (ASSIST), the researchers randomized 528 patients to a brief negotiated interview (BNI), an adaptation of motivational interviewing
(MOTIV), or a control group of no intervention.