motivational interviewing

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A presentation by Bruce J. Rounsaville about motivational interviewing in the primary care setting.
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DrugAbuse.gov
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Results of a study done to examine the efficacy of a motivational interviewing intervention for adolescent smokers (From their Website).
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Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF)
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Dr. Book talks about three types of psychotherapy used to treat alcoholism.
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Medical University of South Carolina
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Provides a directory of AA chapters.
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Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting Locator
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Assess the Patient's Motivation: Readiness to Change

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People tend to pass through different stages in the process of changing (Prochaska and DiClemente 1982; Prochaska and Velicer 1997). The stages are as follows:

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  • Pre-Contemplation: Not thinking about change. Includes those who never thought about it and those who did and decided not to change.

  • Contemplation: Starting to think about change. May want to change and to stay the same at the same time.

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Brief Negotiation Interview

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The following describes the Brief Negotiation Interview:

Another approach to abbreviated motivational interviewing is the Brief Negotiation Interview, which focuses on increasing intrinsic motivation by establishing rapport, raising the subject, assessing readiness to change, providing feedback, and offering further support.


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This change plan documents can be given to patients for them to outline their treatment goals.
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MotivationalInterview.org
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This web page is dedicated to motivational interviewing training. It contains links to a variety of articles, addressing all areas of MI from brief overviews to history, philosophy, principles, working with resistance, interaction techniques, and strategies. The site has a library, training information, and special populations information.
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Mid-Atlantic Addiction Technology Transfer Center
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