can be brief, and more helpful than providing only proscriptive advice
Originally designed for use in alcohol addiction treatment, the motivational interviewing
techniques developed by Miller and Rolnick (7,8) should be common practice in the clinician's interactions with patients.
Participants implemented the presumptive/CASE approach for 4 months then crossed over and used motivational interviewing
for an additional 4 months.
is a skills-based approach for helping persons change behavior.
The sessions use standard motivational interviewing
techniques to support individuals to reduce their drinking to lower risk levels.
She said: "Motivational interviewing
is a useful technique to help engage with people who are going through the stress and worry of homelessness.
These included a social-based theory: Social Cognitive theory (n = 1)  or Social Ecological Model (n = 2) [35, 37]; a self-driving theory: Motivational Interviewing
(n = 1) ; a behavioral change theory: Cognitive Behavioral Training (n = 1)  and Behavioral Change Framework (n = 1) ; or a combination of theories: Social Support Model, Social Cognitive Theory, and Stages of Change Trans-Theoretical  and the Health Belief Model, Motivational Interviewing
, and Stages of Change Trans-Theoretical .
I could list all of the things that patients should or could do to prevent or even reverse disease states, in terms of eating right and exercising, but I think motivational interviewing
is a more productive approach to elicit and evoke change (see "Principles and practice of motivational interviewing
to Change Perceived Benefits of and Barriers to Intervening
The researchers agreed that such programs in faith-based settings could improve moderate-to-vigorous physical activity, and make participants more receptive to motivational interviewing