In this section, the student will:
- Describe motivational interviewing and how it would be used with clients
- Identify the components of motivational interviewing
- Demonstrate motivational interviewing
- Demonstrate teach back technique
- Motivational Interviewing; from Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration
- What is MI?; by Stephen Rollnick, Ph.D. & William R. Miller, Ph.D., from Motivational Interviewing DOI: https://doi.org/10.1017/S135246580001643X
- Link http://www.motivationalinterview.net/clinical/whatismi.html
- Rollnick, S. and Miller, W.R. (1995) ‘What is Motivational Interviewing?’, Behavioral and Cognitive Psychotherapy, 23(4), pp. 325–334. doi: 10.1017/S135246580001643X.
- Teach Back; from The North Carolina Program on Health Literacy at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
- Always Use Teach Back!; from the Institute for Healthcare Improvement
- Enhancing Motivation for Change Inservice Training, (SAMHSA) provides a training manual for introducing substance abuse treatment counselors, clinicians, and other professionals to basic concepts and techniques of motivational enhancement interventions presented in TIP 35.
- Prepared by the University of Missouri Kansas City School of Nursing and Health Studies’ Mid-America Addiction Technology Transfer Center (Mid-America ATTC), A Tour of Motivational Interviewing: An Interprofessional Road Map for Behavior Change is a free self-paced online course reviews the essential skills used to strengthen an individual’s motivation for behavior change.
- The mhGAP Intervention Guide (mhGAP-IG) for mental, neurological and substance use disorders for non-specialist health settings, is a model guide developed by WHO. It presents protocols for clinical decision-making. The priority conditions included are: depression, psychosis, bipolar disorders, epilepsy, developmental and behavioral disorders in children and adolescents, dementia, alcohol use disorders, drug use disorders, self-harm/suicide and other significant emotional or medically unexplained complaints.
- The “MI Reminder Card (Am I Doing This Right?)” is a quick guide for Motivational Interviewing, the evidence-based treatment. The 11 questions on this card assist in building self-awareness about your attitudes, thoughts, and communication style as you conduct your work.
- Center for Evidence-Based Practices at Case Western Reserve University
- American Indian Alaska Native Resource Center for Substance Abuse Services, Oregon Health and Science University
- Motivational Interviewing: Enhancing Motivation for Change—A Learner’s Manual for the American Indian/Alaska Native Counselor, by Tomlin, K., Walker, R. D., Grover, J., Arquette, W. & Stewart, P. (2005)
- Native American Motivational Interviewing: Weaving Native American and Western Practices
- Health IT in the Patient Centered Medical Home: Motivational Interviewing and the Patient Centered Medical Home, S. Cole, MD, C. Davis, MN, GNP-BC, M.Cole, FNP-BC, D. Gutnick, MD.
- SAMHSA TIP 35: Enhancing motivation to Change in Substance Abuse Treatment and other resources
- Motivational Interviewing and Psychiatry: Use in Addiction Treatment, Risky Drinking and Routine Practice, Steven Cole, MD, Michael Bogenschutz, MD and Dan Hungerford, Dr. PH; New York City.
- Hettema J, Steele J, & Miller WR. 2005. Motivational interviewing. Annual Review of Clinical Psychology, 1:91-111