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Motivational Interviewing first emerged in Norway in 1982. It is a collaborative conversation style between a helper and a person desiring to make a positive change.
likely to not und at for and commitment to a specific goal. As a helper, we are to create an atmosphere of acceptance and compassion while asking open-ended questions that elicit the person’s own reasons for making their desired behavior change.
Their findings showed that when MI techniques were used, there was a 51% decrease in alcohol use, substantially fewer relapses, and double many of the positive outcomes of 12- step, or Cognitive Behavioral Therapy treatments.
- What would you like to accomplish from our time together today?
- How do you want your life to be different?
- Tell me what you don't like about the way your life is right now
- Why do you think you have a drinking problem?
- What kind of a life do you have to create that would make you want to stay sober for it?
perspective and frame of reference for desiring the change
changes they want to make for their own life
the client. One in which they can trust us and know that we accept them
the change the client wants to make
ended questions such as, “What do you think would be some advantages
to making this change?”
once they have committed to making the change.
The rationale for change can come about for many reasons; some people feel forced to make changes due to outside circumstances beyond their control, while others desire to make changes because they want to better themselves or generate more positive outcomes in their life. Whatever the basis for change, using the MI approach can move people toward the transformation to which they aspire.
http://www.motivationalinterviewing.org/ for training dates.