Learn how to speak to a patient who does not realize that they are addicted to opiates in a motivating way.
Develop an understanding of the fundamental spirit and principles of motivational interviewing Gain up-to-date information regarding the research and evidence of motivational interviewing Develop an understanding of empathic counselling skills, central to using the technique Learn when and how to use advice and other more directive elements of motivational interviewing Observe elements of motivational interviewing, including how motivational interviewing can be used to roll with resistance, resolve ambivalence , encourage change and commitment talk, and help people carry through changes to health behaviours
CSSW Faculty member Allen Zweben sits down with Prof. William R. Miller to discuss the origins of Motivation Interviewing, the philosophy behind it, and its achievements.
Demonstration of confrontational patient counseling (to contrast with motivational interviewing approach). Produced by University of Florida Department of Psychiatry. Funded by Flight Attendant Medical Research Institute Grant #63504 (Co-Pls: Gold & Merlo). ANYONE MAY USE THIS VIDEO FOR EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES. YOU DO NOT NEED TO CONTACT ME FOR PERMISSION. PLEASE ACKNOWLEDGE THE GRANT FUNDING CITED ABOVE, WHICH MADE DEVELOPMENT OF THIS VIDEO POSSIBLE. THANK YOU!
Casey Jackson providing Motivational Interviewing training – 5 minute sample
http://motivationalinterviewingtraining.com Scroll for MI Glossary. Video clip #1 includes an introduction, techniques and core skills from client-centered, motivational interviewing (MI) communication styles with examples. Included: client-centered (Carl Rogers) collaborative communication, eliciting the client’s side; Roger’s empathic Reflective listening; Asking Open Questions, from MI “OARS.” A non-authoritarian approach to deepening communication with the goal of facilitating the discovery of the client’s intrinsic motivation and decision making. The Six video clips are segments of an interview for Primary Care Clinicians (all disciplines including Physicians) with questions edited out. All clips available on YouTube. For literature/articles, the MI glossary and resources go to: [More]
This video shows the technique of Motivational Interviewing to improve nutrition in adolescents.
Dr. Jim Messina, a licensed psychologist and co-founder of the American Mental Health Counselors Association, presents a 2-hour webinar to the Florida Mental Health Counselors Association on 5/26/17. Description: You hear about and might even had some training on Motivational Interviewing (MI) but now you can spend some time and examine how to use MI in a variety of settings including Substance Use Disorder, Integrated Medicine and Mental Health Disorder Treatment Centers. Learn about what does it take to help clients to identify their issues which need treatment and then assist in planning the treatment plans for addressing these issues.
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A video clip developed by the Paul Burke Training Group as a lead-in to group training exercises in reflective listening. Often used as a discussion starter/demo to reduce tension prior to role-plays that involve learner participation.
MI founder William Miller talks about how Motivational Interviewing helps people resolve their ambivalence about changing addictive behaviors. Watch the full video at: https://www.psychotherapy.net/video/miller-motivational-interviewing
How can you adapt your conversational style to help motivate people to make the changes that they really want to make? Mel Seddon narrates this short and sweet animation. More on http://www.motivationalinterview.org/ and http://amiatraining.blogspot.co.uk/ and
This video depicts a behavioral health provider demonstrating “MI Consistent” smoking cessation group intervention skills. The provider models what providers should strive to do when facilitating MDQuit’s Behavioral Health Smoking Cessation Group Intervention. All behavioral health consumers portrayed in the MDQuit video are actors and the cases, substance abuse, and mental health examples are fictional. This video was created for the training of behavioral health providers to facilitate MDQuit’s Behavioral Health Smoking Cessation Group Intervention. For more smoking cessation resources and information, please visit our website: www.mdquit.org.
This is a demonstration and comparison of styles between “business as usual” and Motivational Interviewing with a family member of an individual with a developmental disability. In the first section, the professional does not use Motivational Interviewing. In the second section at 1:43, Motivational Interviewing trainer, Liz Barnett, uses Motivational Interviewing and reflective listening to establish a healthy and productive working relationship. This clip is taken from “Challenging Conversations: Instructional Videos for Professionals Working with Individuals with Developmental Disabilities (IDD) and their Families.” This project was administered by Westside Regional Center, in partnership with North Los Angeles Regional Center, the [More]