A short introduction to Motivational Interviewing taken from “M.I. Motivational Interviewing: A DVD Training Resource” http://www.hma.co.nz/
School counselors, probation officers, social workers, physicians, and of course, addiction counselors are all using Motivational Interviewing to promote positive change. This webinar is for any professional who wants to move their MI skills beyond the basics. Slides from this webinar are available to download: http://my.ireta.org/sites/ireta.org/files/Shaping%20Up%20your%20Motivational%20Interviewing%20Skills%20Updated%20handout.pdf Register to watch future webinars live: http://ireta.org/webinars/ Find more information about substance use and addiction: http://ireta.org
The Portland State University School of Social Work presents: Motivation Interviewing with Survivors of Intimate Partner Violence Scenario 1: “Emmy’s First Encounter with a IPV Counselor” Dr. Stéphanie Wahab Motivational interviewing is a guiding approach to communication used to support individuals to make changes in their lives. The MI approach focuses on evoking and eliciting rather than telling or advising. Individuals are supported to tap into their own motivations for change. The scenarios included in this training DVD demonstrate the use of MI with survivors of intimate partner violence. Demonstrations of the spirit of MI and numerous skills including but [More]
Sample of a training DVD Part 2 of a 2 DVD set) on the use of Motivational Interviewing in Diabetes Care/Diabetes Education. This excerpt includes the “training front load” (explanations of what is demonstrated in the interview that follows). This DVD (entitled “Pulling His Own Strings”) highlights skillful use of MI within the evoking and planning processes of an MI conversation with a patient who was recently diagnosed with Type II diabetes. He struggles with self-regulation and with acceptance of his diagnosis. Target behavior is “developing a strategy for better self-regulation. DVD #1, DVD#2, or the set of 2 are [More]
Dr. Chip Watkins demonstrates Motivational Interviewing in treating diabetes.
Preview of the Applications of Motivational Interviewing (MI) with Comorbid Mental Health Conditions: An Interactive Case Study http://www.healthsciences.org/Motivational-Interviewing-Certification.html
From the DVD: Evidence-Based Health Coaching: Motivational Interviewing in Action http://www.healthsciences.org/Motivational-Interviewing-DVD-for-training.html Susan Butterworth, Ph.D. Associate Professor, Schools of Nursing & Medicine, Oregon Health Sciences University, HealthSciences Institute Advisory Board Blake Andersen, Ph.D. President & CEO, HealthSciences Institute http://www.healthsciences.org/Motivational-Interviewing-Certification.html
Motivational Interviewing is a way of being with a client that can help them explore and resolve their own ambivalence to change. Looking for a a way to help people change their behavior that actually works? here it is! See more at www.motivationalinterviewing.com and sign up for classes or webinars
From the DVD: Evidence-Based Health Coaching: Motivational Interviewing in Action http://www.healthsciences.org/Motivational-Interviewing-DVD-for-training.html Susan Butterworth, Ph.D. Associate Professor, Schools of Nursing & Medicine, Oregon Health Sciences University, HealthSciences Institute Advisory Board Blake Andersen, Ph.D. President & CEO, HealthSciences Institute http://www.healthsciences.org/Motivational-Interviewing-Certification.html
Daryl is recently released from prison and ambivalent about whether to return to dealing methamphetamine or stay out of the dealer scene. Ken works with Daryl using the motivational skills of open questions, affirmation, reflection and summarising to engender change talk by Daryl. The interview also has a discord backdrop which is typical of working with people who have a history of offending behaviour.
Motivational Interviewing (MI) is a collaborative, patient-centered approach that strengthens motivation and commitment to behavior change. Increasingly, health care providers and peer counselors are finding this technique a valuable tool working with people with diabetes in both clinical and community settings. Exploration of core values helps patients develop their own strategies for making positive changes and improving health outcomes. Webinar presenters shared both the merits of MI and some practical examples of its application. Comments on this video are allowed in accordance with our comment policy: http://www.cdc.gov/SocialMedia/Tools/CommentPolicy.html This video can also be viewed at http://www.cdc.gov/diabetes/ndep/videos/motivational-interviewing-webinar-low-res-video.mp4